Our Hanami Bento is decorated with a delicate pattern of sakura and gold dust. The use of gold dust is a traditional decoration in Japanese lacquerware, and give, although these boxes are made of plastic, a luxurious and beautiful look.
In Japan, Sakura (cherry blossoms) is a symbol of Spring, a time of renewal and happiness. We are happy to introduce these gorgeous sakura bento boxes. They are sure to delight lovers of Japanese traditional design.
While the design and the motive of this box is what will first get you, the second thing you'll notice is the size! This box is huge! With a capacity of 1580ml its perfect for sharing a meal with family or friends - even better a spring picnic! (or if you are really really hungry for you alone)
The box is a two-tier box witch each layer holding a generous 790ml, the containers come with an transparent sealing lid. In Japan, people enjoy hanami, or flower viewing, with friends or family under sakura trees. This box is great for that, so we couldn't have picked a better name for it!
This box doesn't come with an lunch band. We advice you to use a 50-cm- or 70-cm-square furoshiki or a 42cm long lunch band to carry it.
Details & Care
- Two containers with two inner lids in polyethelene.
- Capacity : 1 580 ml, equally divided between the two layers.
- Dimensions: 150 × 150 × 170 mm. (5.9"x 5.9" x 6.6")
- Weight : 584 g.
- Size XL
- This box is not dishwasher-safe or microwave-safe.
- Made in Japan, in Ishikawa by Hakoya.