Kawaii Bento Lunch Box Inspired By Cartoon Rilakkuma

//Kawaii Bento Lunch Box Inspired By Cartoon Rilakkuma

Kawaii Bento Lunch Box Inspired By Cartoon Rilakkuma

24,90$

The kawaii bento lunch box inspired by cartoon rilakkuma has a cute and elegant design and also an appropriate capacity for a lunch everywhere with it two layers.

Size: 17cm x 9cm
Height: 8.5cm
Material: Plastic (PP)
Featured: Eco-Friendly

Free Shipping Worldwide: 10 – 29 days

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Product Description

The Kawaii Bento Lunch Box Inspired By Cartoon Rilakkuma is a lovely and sweet box. It is represented by two japanese characters, a bear (brown) and a bird (yellow). They are made of safety plastic, non-toxic and durable for a completely safe use. Also they are sell together with chopsticks and belts.

They have not only a cute design but also a feature appropriate capacity with their two compartments. It is a perfect gift for your children!

Size: 17cm x 9cm
Height: 8.5cm
Net weight: 186g
Material: Plastic (PP)
Featured: Eco-Friendly
Package includes: Two double layer lunch boxes / Two pairs of chopsticks / Two elastic bands.

Free Shipping Worldwide: 10 – 29 days

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Why does Asian Emarket loves this bento?

For its cute representation, this kawaii bento lunch box inspired by cartoon rilakkuma has a unique design which will make your lunch even better.

A little bit more about Bento ?

History of Bento

The origins of the Bento [ 弁当] can be traced to the twelve century during the Kamakura Period [鎌倉時代] (governance of Japan by the Kamakura Shogunate) when people of the country developed the first hoshi-ii [糒](dried rice). At the beginning of Edo Period江戸時代 (1603 to 1867), bento culture became more refined and the meals were more developed with onigiri 🍙(white rice presented into triangular or cylindrical shapes and filled with tuna, salmon or other salty and sour ingredients). It has been very common in the country since the day schools and companies did not provide lunch during the Meiji period (1868 – 1912). The students and teachers had to carry bentos, as did many employees. Finally, the bento has made its way to other Asian countries bus most in Taiwan in the first half of the 20th century where it is now called Bendong.

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