Kotobuki 2-Tiered Bento Box, Frog Face
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- Two-tiered bento box with green frog-shaped face--great for the young and young-at-heart
- Perfectly sized for bringing lunch to school or to the office
- Includes two stacked compartments stacked separated by fitted plastic lid--great for separating two different dishes
- Made of food-safe plastic
- Top and bottom compartments dishwasher and microwave safe; inner lid not microwave safe and should be hand washed
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Top Customer Reviews
The only reason I did not give it 5 stars is because the separated portion that has a lid (not to be confused with the top cover of the box) isn't liquid tight. It really just sort of fits over the top of that section so don't plan on using this for anything that might leak, because it will leak. I found that putting fruit in a small ziplock baggie inside it prevented the leakage.
There are other bento boxes designed for liquids, this isn't one of them.
Beyond that, I LOVE LOVE LOVE this box.
Overall, the box is nice. For the price, it's a bit small, but if you have the money, go for it! I plan to order a second one, or to use this and another bigger lunch box along with it. Still, I have not found the perfect lunch tote! If you have suggestions, please leave a comment!
It's also nice b/c it's very cute. The band to hold it in place is happy tears and the panda companion bento box has one with eyebrows.
I use one level for the main lunch stuff, sandwich or microwaveable dish plus rice and the other tier for veggies and fruits.
My children love them and so do I. I've also purchased 2 bento carry bags and the kids take the boxes in the bags with a water bottle in there too and it's simple and yummy and fun. Perfect!
I really like the fact that we have cut our lunch 'waste' pretty much to nothing. No more plastic baggies or awkward tupperware inside lunch boxes that are so difficult for me to clean and dry.
My family is loving our first steps into bento-land and these boxes were perfect for us to start with.
I could fill it with rice, gyoza, veggies, fruit, and even one or two boiled eggs and he would be stuffed before he could finish it all.
If you are just going to try and shove a PB&J, a go-gurt and a bag of chips into the thing, it's not gonna work and I would suggest a normal lunchbox for your kid.
But, if you have the time and energy to make some things that you can find in a bento specific cookbook (I highly suggest YumYum Bento Box) then you will see all the fun and healthy things that will fit inside and still fill your kid's belly.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
I've bought these twice - shame on me :/ - and both times the inner container has cracked down the middle and is now useless
same thing happened with the panda one - it says... Read more
I recieved a copy of the original one , that's different in color ,& the strap isn't the same one .. Also the whole box without the strap isn't closing well!! Read morePublished 3 months ago by Sherine
very cute bento box, all teachers in daycare think this is very attractive as well. I am glad I bought it.Published 8 months ago by Susan
This product was not as advertised.
1) The design was different than shown in pictures. The band did not contain the tear drops. Read more
good size for school age kids kinda tricky to fill because of the shape but we use it about 3 days a week
it does fine in dishwasher on the top rack
It's super TINY but it's cute. Don't think it's worth THAT much money though so hopefully it lasts a long time.Published on January 8, 2014 by Vego
As other reviewers said, the bottom section will leak so it's not recommended to put liquids or juicy type foods in there, but the top part is good for holding those items. Read morePublished on September 24, 2013 by Caroline Long