7,250 JPY
SKU: 17016

Take Bako

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Box (Bako)

The Take Bako is a beautiful traditional bento box, made of bamboo by artisans who have been in business in Kyoto since 1898. The highest quality demanded by finicky Kyoto-ites is reflected in every detail of the box; even the elastic band that holds the box closed has a small, carved bamboo decoration, in black or red

This lunch box is a two tier stacking one with a lid and comes packaged in a beautiful presentation box. Since bamboo is a natural material, no two boxes are alike. 

Details&Cautions

MOQ: 3 items

Dimensions: 15 cm long x 10.5 cm wide x 10.5 cm high (5.9" x 4.1" x 4.1"). 
Capacity: 350 ml per compartment, Total = 700 ml 

This box is not microwave safe. Keep away from open flames or heating elements. To clean this box, wipe clean with a  soft damp cloth, then dry off immediately. Leave to air-dry completely before storing. If the box shows any signs of mold, leave to dry out in the sun and then buff carefully with a soft cloth. 

Made in Japan, Kyoto by Kochosai Kosuga.


Presentation 

Box (Bako)

The Take Bako is a beautiful traditional bento box, made of bamboo by artisans who have been in business in Kyoto since 1898. The highest quality demanded by finicky Kyoto-ites is reflected in every detail of the box; even the elastic band that holds the box closed has a small, carved bamboo decoration, in black or red

This lunch box is a two tier stacking one with a lid and comes packaged in a beautiful presentation box. Since bamboo is a natural material, no two boxes are alike. 

Details&Cautions

MOQ: 3 items

Dimensions: 15 cm long x 10.5 cm wide x 10.5 cm high (5.9" x 4.1" x 4.1"). 
Capacity: 350 ml per compartment, Total = 700 ml 

This box is not microwave safe. Keep away from open flames or heating elements. To clean this box, wipe clean with a  soft damp cloth, then dry off immediately. Leave to air-dry completely before storing. If the box shows any signs of mold, leave to dry out in the sun and then buff carefully with a soft cloth. 

Made in Japan, Kyoto by Kochosai Kosuga.