Made of plastic lacquer, this traditional Japanese bento box has 3 tiers. The entire box is coated in shiny lacquer and decorated with gold colored artwork on a black background. The artwork on the top of the box features gold flowers, Temari balls, and floating fans accented in red and white. The sides of the box are decorated with gold chrysanthemums and Temari balls.
The artwork on this box represents various traditional symbols of Japanese culture. The chrysanthemum ("kiku") flowers are iconic symbols of Japan, fans symbolize prosperity, and Temari balls are symbolic for the New Year and femininity.
In Japan, a bento box is often used for carrying meals, using the compartments to keep food items separate. It is a stylish way to transport your lunches on a busy workday. This pretty and practical 3 tiered bento box is also a handy way to organize small objects. Each tier has compartments for storing jewelry and trinkets, keepsakes, and other small items.
This gorgeous Japanese lacquer bento box is made in Japan and paper boxed.
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