Hakata Magemono is a wooden craft made by shaving cedar and cypress planks, bending them with heat, and spelling them out of cherry skin.
It was created by the 18th Tmaki Shibata, who became a female craftsman to protect the family business that has lasted more than 400 years.
It is very light and breathable, and it is an excellent one that can be used for decades depending on the care. This is an oval bento box that has excellent breathability and gentle wood skin and makes both rice and side dishes look delicious.
It is a large size that can be closed firmly with a deep lid.
※Precautions for use
・If left wet for a long time, it may cause mold.
When washing with water, make sure it is sufficiently dry and dry in a well-ventilated place in the shade.
・Be careful when using metal scrubbing, as the surface of the wood may be shaved.
・Do not use bleach or baking soda.
・If there are scratches or cracks, discontinue use. Do not add strong force. This may cause damage.
・Avoid storing in direct sunlight or near a fire.
Micorowave： not available
Dishwasher and dryer： not available
|Place of origin||Fukuoka, Japan|
|Dimensions||W7.5 X D4.7 X 1.7 in|