Enjoy fresh food on your own terms, whether at work, at school, hiking, on a boat, on the beach, or at a family picnic. This bento-style customized lunchbox comes with smart compartments to keep your food separate. The stylish wooden lid can double as a handy plate while the 7.6″ x 4.8″ size makes it a convenient choice that easily fits into any bag or backpack. Get yourself an Arctic Ave Bento lunch box, or two.
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A Bento box, at its core, is simply a Japanese to-go box containing an entire meal, often for lunch. It all started back in the Kamakura period of the 12th century when workers would bring cooked rice to work in a small bag. Later, they started to use wooden boxes during parties. To start, Japan has a long history of bento. The boxes first appeared in their most basic iteration about 1,000 years ago, during the Kamakura period (1185 to 1333), when they were used to carry rice.
Our Arctic Ave Bento Lunch Box
- One size – 7.7″ x 4.8″ x 3″ (20 x 12 x 8cm)
- Silicone tray with a wooden cover
- BPA free
- An elastic band and cutlery included
How to clean the Bento Lunch Box
You can wash your Bento box in warm, soapy water by hand. If you have a 3-Piece Bento Box, all parts are dishwasher safe. You need to remove the inner tray and the silicone seal from the outer case, then place all three pieces in the top rack of the dishwasher to clean.