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Prepare the tastiest-looking lunches with Daiso Japan

The Japanese know it best: food can be an exciting adventure with bento-style meals and a rich serving of tastes. 

Every meal can transport you to any destination of their choice. Using only rice molds and a few touches of seaweed, you get to enjoy plates that will satisfy the tummy, as well as the eyes. 

Meals to go become a surprise in itself that kids, and even kids at heart alike, can’t wait to untie their lunch packs and unravel the adventure of bento-style dining. 

Make lunch packs exciting by preparing them bento-style

Prepare your bento-tasty treats          

A true Japanese store stocks up on all things bento. Implements to make beautiful food plates will reach new highs on the shelves of Daiso Japan. 

Moms, office diners, and aspiring food stylists can take rounds in aisles of colorful and varied patterns of lunch mats to get inspiration for their own bento styles. 

Once decided, you can proceed to the food containers section, which carries storage boxes of all sizes. You can easily match their personality and appetite with the items available on deck. 

Daiso Japan offers implements to make beautiful food packs 

Visitors who want to go full-on Japanese can look for containers that fit your typical multicourse diet. You can pack in molded rice and their choice of meat alongside soups, pieces of nori and tsukemono (pickled vegetable) in Daiso Japan’s food packs. 

The selection also works for kawaii-enthusiasts looking for lunch sets, complete with cutleries and chopsticks, all for P88.  

Beginner bento makers will get excited at the wide options available in store. You can take home bags of Daiso Japan’s nori puncher, slicers and molds, and shape makers to Daisofy your meals and make those Instagram-worthy lunch packs an everyday treat.

Topics: Daiso Japan , Japanese , bento
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