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Nerikomi Porcelain Bento Box

Nerikomi Porcelain Bento Box

Regular price $86.00 USD
Regular price Sale price $86.00 USD
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It's a porcelain box, made by forming thin slabs decorated with blue striped patterns using the Nerikomi technique into a cylindrical shape.

This design draws inspiration from Magemono, a traditional Japanese wood craft, adapting the concept of the Bento box that is traditionally used for lunch box into porcelain.

While it can't be carried around like traditional Magemono wooden bento box, it's microwave and dishwasher safe, making it suitable for indoor use.

It was created with the idea of turning leftover dinners stored in Tupperware into more visually appealing lunches.

It's a versatile lidded vessel that can be used not only as tableware but also as a container for small items.


*Due to the handmade nature of the product, there is some distortion in the shape.

**The lid is made to just sit on top and is not airtight. 

***Because of its thin construction, it becomes very hot when placed in a microwave oven with food in it. Please use kitchen mittens when it gets hot.



  • cockQuantity: 1 
  • Dimension: H 3", Dia 3.75" (Lid: H 0.75", Dia 4.5")
  • Main Usage: Tableware, Bowl, Lidded Box
  • Material: Porcelain - Nerikomi Pottery, Slab Building
  • Origin: Made in the U.S.


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In stock item, orders are shipped within 2 business days (Mon-Fri ~4:00 pm).

Because items in this store are made in small quantities, there is usually only a small stock of each item.

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Care Information

  • Hand wash: Most of Saori M Stoneware items are dishwasher-safe, but hand washing is recommended. Please use mild soap and warm water. Avoid harsh chemicals or metal sponges that can scratch the surface of the glaze or clay.
  • Avoid extreme temperature changes: Sudden changes in temperature can cause handmade ceramics to crack or break. Avoid placing ceramics directly on a stovetop or in the oven, as well as placing them in the freezer.
  • Do Not Stack: To avoid scratches or chips, use protective padding such like papers, cloth when stacking ceramic dishes or bowls to store.
  • Dry Storing: Avoid storing ceramics in a damp or humid environment in long term, as it can cause mold to the piece.
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