Two-level luch box from Kurikyu House.
In Japan, people often take their lunch to the office or to school in a box specially designed for that purpose. This bento box was created by craftsman Shunji KURIMORI, the sixth generation of Magewappa craftsmen. Magewappa is a woodworking technique that uses steam at high temperature to shape the wood into the desired form. The inside of the box, without varnish, allows an optimal conservation of the cooked rice. The outside of the box is protected by a food varnish.
Traditional Japanese bento box, at the office, on a trip, and on a picnic!
Dimensions: L19 x W9cm x H9.5cm
Materials: Cedar from Akita region in Japan
Volume: Upper level 450 ml / Lower level 600 ml
For the first use, first moisten the inside with a damp cloth, then wipe off to prevent the rice from sticking to the box. After use, rinse the bento box with hot water, pour boiling water, and wait 2 to 3 minutes. Discard the water and place horizontally with the opening upwards to dry.
Not dishwasher or microwave safe.