Miyamoto Japanese style bentos evoke stroke connections to the past through nostalgic images that have stood the test of time. Enjoy various takes on classic imagery featuring the usagi (rabbit), fukuro (owl), sakura (cherry blossom), and higanbana flower.
Koban shape bento boxes are designed and named after koban (小判), an ancient oval gold coin used in the Edo Period in Japan. These rare coins are now being sold for over $5,000 USD a piece!
The Fukuro Koban Bento Box is available in two stunning colors: midnight black and burgundy red. It features a wise owl perching on a leafy twig underneath the full moon, its eyes closed in contemplation. The two tiers have a combined total capacity of 580 mL- ideal for an average adult lunch. The bento also includes a matching elastic bento band to keep your bento box securely closed.
Microwave and dishwasher safe with both lids removed.