The design of these boxes is inspired by the presentation of oeschi, Japanese New Year foods. Made in Hasami, Japan in the Nagasaki Prefecture, much like bento boxes, these porcelain boxes are traditionally crafted, as the patterns are meticulously transferred onto each box by hand. This time honored technique and craftsmanship has been used in making of Japanese pottery for centuries. Stackable, so you can reveal the contents one at a time.
- Made in the Hasami, Japan
- White, porcelain box
- 3.35 x 3.35 x 1.7 in (approx)
- White, porcelain lid
- 3.35 x 3.35 x .2 in (approx)
Although traditionally made to present food, use these boxes known in Japan as "Ju-Bako" you can also use them for display or to hold small stationery items and jewelry.