How this started.
When I was young, I lived in Japan. And life was perfect.
Everything in Japan is well thought out, and has a place and purpose. Everyone carried their lunch in a Bento Box. Today I live in Canada, and nowhere could I find any lunch boxes which have partitions, are insulated, or can be stacked in layers. The local stores carry simple plastic and glass containers. They're good for storing food in the fridge, but I wanted something more to carry my lunch in.
So, to solve my own problem, I went back to the source. And I thought, maybe others out there are looking for a solution too. So here we share with you Japanese style lunch boxes. We hope you find the right Bento box on our website. Pick what you like the most, and we'll send it to you, wherever you may be in the world.
Whats a Bento?
Bento is Japanese for a packed lunch. Today it has become synonymous with the unique lunch container - in layers and partitioned by different flavours. By using sections, the bento box covers all the essential food groups from fruits, grains, dairy, vegetables and proteins - to making a well-balanced meal for your day out. Not only stylish and functional, they're great for portion control too.
Here are our Commitments:
We are committed to reducing the use of disposable plastic. The products in our catalogue are only of the highest quality, and will last you for years to come. So no more buying then throwing out. And if you need to part with your bento one day, they can all be recycled back into a new life.
We are committed to reducing waste. Our products ship with minimal packaging, because extra packing weighs more during transportation and also because packaging has a very short useful life. Let's try to consume fewer of our planet's limited resources.
We are committed to your own health. The food we eat affects our mood, our energy levels, and ultimately, the way we feel about ourselves. As they say, you are what you eat, from your head to your feet. By packing your own lunch, you can select only healthy ingredients, everyday, and then enjoy the 'fruits' of your own thoughtful labour.
And that's our small contribution. For your better lunch days.