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The Seiun Syugetsu Bento Box is an elegant traditional hand-painted lunchbox with a large capacity.
The words in Kanji, Seiun Syugetsu in Japanese which means "Autumn Moon in clear skies" is a proverb that describes moon-gazing during Tsukimi, Japan's Harvest Moon Festival.
During O Tsukimi, as an expression of gratitude for the traditional autumn harvest, picnics or parties are held in gardens or tea rooms to admire the full moon appearing in the cloudless sky and contemplate the moon’s beauty from her reflection in a pond.
The bento box has two levels (500 + 700ml), with a total capacity of 1200ml. The upper level has a white airtight lid to prevent spills.
Dimensions: 16.7 x 12.5 x 8.1 cm.
Can be used in the micro-wave and dishwasher but without the lids.
Sold with a black bento belt.
Made in Japan.
|Microwave use:||Yes but remove the lids|
|Capacity:||1200ml (500ml +700ml)|
|Traditionally Hand Painted||by traditional bento painters|
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