At Bento&co we like to offer original bento boxes, and the Book Bento is probably one of the best exemple of it. We really wanted to share its Japanese makie version with all of you. It will surely appeal to every Japanese art lovers!
The Bento Book looks like a beautiful old book with gilded carvings, and it is a practical bento box that allows you to organize so studious meals. With its easily removable inner compartment, you can choose whether you want to separate the different ingredients.
Hakoya's craftsmen print famous Japanese paintings on bento boxes following the ancient method of Makie. This refined technic needs many years to be mastered!
Available in three versions :
Nami : The famous Great Wave Off Kanagawa by Japanese artist Hokusai is the first print of the Thirty-six views of Mount Fuji serie. Have a look at the great use of golden strokes to enhance the wave contrast.
Akafuji : Another masterpiece of Hokusai's work, also known as Gaifu Kaisei (Fine Wind, Clear Weather). Hakoya finely adds golden touches that greatly fit with the painting aesthetics.
Sharaku : This is a work from Sharaku, one of the most famous Japanese painters of the 19th century. In spite of his popularity, this painter activity period only lasted for 10 months! This unique painting shows a Kabuki actor.
M Size. Comes with one three-tone elastic belt (brown,red and black), so you can carry it around easily.
Entire - 500 ml
Inner compartment - 250 ml
16 cm x 11 cm x 4.5 cm (6.3" x 4.3" x 1.8")
Main box - ABS resin
Inner compartment - Polypropylene
Band - silicone
Microwave-safe and dishwasher-safe without its lid.
Do not put in oven or on the stove.
Made in Japan, Ishikawa by Hakoya.
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