Two-layer Thermal Bento Lunch Box, Container with Handle Leak Proof

//Two-layer Thermal Bento Lunch Box, Container with Handle Leak Proof

Two-layer Thermal Bento Lunch Box, Container with Handle Leak Proof

24,90$

With its two-layer design and its thermal technology, this bento lunch box can save more space for your food and keep it warm. It is also make with food grade material for safety.

Diameter: 15cm
Height: 15cm
Material: Stainless steel + 100% food-grade PP
Style: Western
Featured: Eco-Friendly

Free Shipping Worldwide: 10 – 29 days

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Product Description

This two-layer thermal bento lunch box, container with handle leak proof will keep a long time your meal warm and safe. It has the capacity for a full and diversified meal.

The high capacity of the thermal technology make the two-layer bento adapted to outdoor eating during spring and summer for a couple of hours. It will satisfied everybody.

Diameter: 15cm
Height: 15cm
Material: Stainless steel + 100% food-grade PP
Style: Western
Featured: Eco-Friendly

Free Shipping Worldwide: 10 – 29 days

More bentos on Asia EMarket?

100% Brand new, premium quality

Why does Asian EMarket like this bento?

Easy to carry with its handle leak proof, you can take it with you everywhere.

Its design is simple and effective.

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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