Nokorimono means 'leftovers' in Japanese. The Nokorimono box lid has a humorous illustration of a common 'leftover' in Japan - a fish bone! This popular box has been updated for a 2016 release with a bunch of great new features - it now has a larger capacity for the lunch time hungry and is both microwave and dish washer safe!
If you like this design, check out the other humorous, gold clad boxes in the series here: Magokoro Komete and Itadakimasu o(≧∇≦o)!
The writing on the lid of the Nokorimono bento box, rendered in gold, says nokorimono desuga...(残り物ですが…), 'I'm afraid it's just leftovers...'.
Let's face it, we all use leftovers for our bentos, to save time and money. But in this box, we can have a little chuckle while we enjoy our bento lunch, even if it is made up of leftovers :).
With the increased capacity you can bring even more of yesterdays meals!
- The box is made of ABS, and the inner lid is made of EVA plastic.
- This box microwave-safe, and dishwasher-safe without the inner lids.
- Made in Japan, in Ishikawa by Hakoya.
- Size L
- The bento box itself is a practical two-tier model. The total capacity is 1000ml (upper compartment 500ml, lower compartment 500ml), big enough for a hungry 'salaryman' (Japanese for a male office worker).
- The upper compartment has a semi-transparent, very leak-resistant inner lid and a removable inner divider. This box is black inside and out, with a gold, silver, brown and red illustration printed on top.
- Dimensions: 182× 97 × 95 mm ( 7.16" x 3.81" x 3.74").
- A black elastic bento band is included.