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Wooden bento box

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About wooden bento box

Wooden bento boxes can be dated back 300-400 years ago. They were designed for both children and grownups to bring homemade meals to school or to work. In modern times, bento boxes made of colorful plastics flooded the market. However, the properties and tactility of traditional wooden bento boxes can never be replaced by cheap plastic products. Wood naturally could maintain the right moisture level for cooked rice, which is essential in retaining the delicious taste. Recently, wooden lunch boxes are making a comeback, and even high-end restaurants use them for playful plating.

About the benefits of wooden bento boxes

Bento boxes were initially made from wood. The wood was a source of easily-accessible natural material, which makes them a solid choice for a lunchbox. Wooden lunch containers help maintain the rice's moisture level at optimal. They are also eco-friendly and are popular for their aesthetic appeal.

About the designs of wooden bento boxes

Wood bento containers have been around for a long time. From design to details, each and everyone could vary from one to another intricately. Stripping down to the basic, a wood bento box is a tray with a lid (either attached or detached) for convenience during transportation. Reusable wooden lunch boxes come in a variety of shapes but are generally either square or round. Japanese wooden lunch boxes also typically feature a variety of foods that are divided using trays or even separate compartments that are often stacked. Dividers can be fixed or moveable, giving users more control over the portions.

About the sizes of wooden bento boxes

Wooden bento lunch boxes are designed for single-serving meals, but portion sizes can vary from person to person. Wooden bento box sets tend to have several smaller containers, while some have just one big compartment. For users who are planning on transporting large salads or prefer larger portions, a Japanese wooden bento box with a single spacious container would be suitable. For those whose meals include several portions or those who eat once throughout the day, a Japanese wooden lunch box with a single set might work.