Yabaton Buchan Lunch Box

$23.00

This product is a collaboration with Yabaton, a long-established soul food miso cutlet shop in Nagoya that is popular among locals and tourists alike and is famous for its long lines.
Surprisingly, I turned the cute packaging of Waraji Tonkatsu Bento into a bento box.

If you refill Yabaton's bento with this bento box...
You can make your own Yabaton bento!

There are two small trays inside the bento box, allowing you to sort side dishes.
I want to show it off at lunch by putting it in the Yabaton lunch tote that will be released on the same day! It's such a gem.

*Size: W130 x H180 x D50 mm

■What is Machikado Gallery?
A brand with a new perspective that conveys the charm of the history and culture of the town.
The town is full of history and culture.
The miscellaneous goods developed in collaboration with famous restaurants and sweets shops in local towns across Japan will be unique items in the world.
Please enjoy the nostalgic and new art of the town corner that has continued since the Showa era.

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This product is a collaboration with Yabaton, a long-established soul food miso cutlet shop in Nagoya that is popular among locals and tourists alike and is famous for its long lines.
Surprisingly, I turned the cute packaging of Waraji Tonkatsu Bento into a bento box.

If you refill Yabaton's bento with this bento box...
You can make your own Yabaton bento!

There are two small trays inside the bento box, allowing you to sort side dishes.
I want to show it off at lunch by putting it in the Yabaton lunch tote that will be released on the same day! It's such a gem.

*Size: W130 x H180 x D50 mm

■What is Machikado Gallery?
A brand with a new perspective that conveys the charm of the history and culture of the town.
The town is full of history and culture.
The miscellaneous goods developed in collaboration with famous restaurants and sweets shops in local towns across Japan will be unique items in the world.
Please enjoy the nostalgic and new art of the town corner that has continued since the Showa era.