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Magewappa | Hina

Magewappa | Hina

Regular price $ 79.05 USD
Regular price $ 93.00 USD Sale price $ 79.05 USD
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The Magewappa | Hina is a large, two-tier box of two circular containers that stack on top of each other and a lid that rests lightly on top of the box.

Details

  • Dimensions: 13 X 11 X 9.5 cm  (3.9 x 5.11 x 4.33")
  • Capacity: 720 ml total (360 ml x 2)
  • Lovingly made one-by-one in Odate, Akita (Japan) by local craftsmen
  • Materials: Japanese Cedarwood, Polyurethane

What we love about it:

  • Wood is only lightly coated which allows rice packed inside to breathe, making it taste great even when at room temperature.
  • Wonderful cedar smell that makes your food taste even better.
  • Features the Bento&co logo on the inside of the lid.
  • Silky smooth surface and amazing workmanship. 
    As we ship from Kyoto, our products may be subject to taxes & customs fees in the country of delivery.

    Care:

      • Do not microwave or place in dishwasher or oven. Best for carrying food to be enjoyed at room temperature.
      • Pack foods that may stain the wood in a separate container, or in divider cups.
      • To wash, fill the bento with lukewarm water and allow it to soak for 5 to 10 minutes max.
      • Empty the water and wipe all sides of the bento and lid with a soft sponge and a mild dish detergent and rinse.
      • Wipe with a soft cloth, then allow to air-dry with lid off in a well-ventilated place away from sunlight.
      With proper care, your magewappa box will last for many years!
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      How Magewappa Bento Boxes are Made

      Magewappa craftsmen cut sustainably-sourced Akita cedar into thin strips, and then boil the wood to soften it. Then, they curve the wood strips using a wooden mold. The bent wood is dried and then bound with strips of dark cherry wood bark into bento boxes.

      Instead of a bento bag, use furoshiki to wrap your Magewappa bento boxes to ensure they stay securely closed.

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