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Temari Jubako Bento Box

Temari Jubako Bento Box

Temari Jubako Bento Box

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The ornate Temari Jubako Bento Box design is revealed when stacking the trays on top of one another. They’ve been around since the 18th century, and are frequently utilised at New Year’s feasts and other occasions.

  • Size: 195 x 195 x 160 mm
  • Material: ABS resin
  • Coating: Urethane coating
  • Made in Japan
  • Manufacturer: Asahi Koyo
  • Pattern: Temari Balls

Scenes of nature and dressing rooms appear in glossy gold tones when correctly organised. The tiered lunchbox is ideal for preparing enough food for everyone while not taking up too much room.

Availability: In stock SKU: JJBB-KWD

Description

Young Woman Making A Temari Ball, Early 20Th Century
Young Woman Making A Temari Ball, Early 20Th Century

Temari Jubako Bento Box

Because of the Temari Jubako Bento Box size, you may carry a lot of the auspicious New Year meals to commemorate the New Year’s beginning. Not just the New Year, but also vacationers and Hanami, can be used in a variety of settings.

The temari pattern on this Jubako bento box leads its inspiration from temari balls which is a traditional Japanese craft that originated in China. Introduced to Japan in the seventh century in Japanese, the term “Temari” translates as “handball.” Handball balls and other related sports may be played using embroidery-covered balls. A similar-looking accessory, but with the addition of a hand strap and tassel, can be used as a kimono bag.

Historically, temari were made from kimono scraps. Wadding up scraps of silk fabric into a ball, and then wrapping the wad in fabric strips. Traditional temari developed into an art form as the practical stitching got more beautiful and elaborate, culminating in delicate embroidery on the balls.

Rubber was introduced to Japan, and the balls transitioned from toys to art items, while mothers continue to make them for their children. Temari developed into an art and craft practised by the Japanese upper class and nobility, with noble ladies competing to create increasingly beautiful and elaborate pieces, some of which were adapted to double as handbags resembling kimono bags.

Found this product interesting? Why not view our collection of Jubako Bento Boxes or read more about the temari pattern at japanobjects.com or Jubako here: wikipedia.org.

ABS / Melamine Lacquered Tableware

Get the most out of our ABS & Melamine Lacquered tableware collections by taking a few extra steps to look after them for years to come.

  • Soak ABS / Melamine Lacquered tableware for 15 minutes in warm soapy water.
  • Wipe clean with a soft damp cloth and towel try.
  • Dishwashers can be used at a low temperature using a mild detergent on a short cycle.
  • Do not use harsh scrubbers as they will scratch the surface.

Not to be used in ovens, microwaves or commercial dishwashers.

Wooden / Bamboo Tableware

Like all wooden tableware products they can deteriorate if not looked after. Wood is a bio-gradable product that will soak up moisture which ages the product.

  • Remove excess foods with a damp cloth that has been rinsed in warm soapy water.
  • Towel try and stack in a dry ventilated area.
  • Do immerse in water or allow pools of water accumulate in wooden products.
  • Stubborn stains, mix a small amount of salt or baking soda into the damp cloth and gently clean the surface.

Not to be used in ovens, microwaves or commercial dishwashers.

Additional information

Weight 0.8 kg
Availability

In Stock

Brand

Katachiware

Condition

New

Made In

Japan