Do you know traditional bento? This Japanese lunch box will revolutionize your lunch breaks
has become a must. It exists in different materials: wood, plastic, aluminum, bamboo... And it is often found in airplanes, train stations, restaurants, fast food, supermarkets and for frozen products.
The pattern that adorns the small fabric bags depicts the Great Wave of Kanagawa, famous engraving by the artist Hokusai. This wave of incredible strength symbolizes the power of nature and the fragility of the human being. The stackable function of this
makes it an ideal portable meal tray.
Light wood bento
Dimensions: 19 x 10 x 9.8 cm
The package contains a traditional bento, a bag to store it and a pair of wands and western cutlery accompanied by their fabric case
Here are our recommendations for a perfect use of the
traditional bento box
💯 The advantage of the
is the ability to adjust the amount of food according to your hunger and appetite. In general, women use 700ml containers, and men a little more: about 900ml.
💯 The wood used and the airtight closure of this
allow food to be stored at room temperature. However, it is not recommended to microwave the bento.
💯 In order to be the ideal meal, we advise you to put in your
: about 40% starchy foods (rice, pasta, wheat), 30% protein (meat, fish, egg), 20% vegetables and 10% fruit.
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