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Kotobuki Condiment Containers for Bento Box, Mini, Animal Friends
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- Four mini containers per pack
- Great for transporting condiments separately
- Snap lid ensures secure closure
- Bunny and panda designs
- Made in Japan
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Pack your bento condiments separately using these cute, mini containers. Great for sauces, spices, spreads, dressings and dips. Snap lid prevents spills.
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They DO hold liquidy things like soy sauce and don't leak or pop open (see photo -- I'm holding it upside down with soy sauce inside of it), IF you don't drop or literally throw your lunch box/bag around. I find it helpful to push them down into the rice just a little ways inside the lunch box and it keeps them from bouncing/being tossed around (see my photo). They are also good for ketchup, mayo, and ranch dressing (condiments!). The big plus, if you are accustomed to bento (Japanese) sized condiment containers, is that the lid opening is big enough that you can actually get in there and clean them! No wasteful throwing away of those little bitty squeeze bottle containers that you can't clean out!
They would also work with things like syrup for breakfast, but I personally would use 2 of them for that application (I love maple syrup). :D So, if you are like I am with syrup, and you like to have gratuitous amounts of condiment (aka if you like ranch with your chicken nuggets or fries with your ketchup), one of these is probably not going to be big enough for you. Likewise, if you are a person who does physical labor (or if you just eat a lot), you might be taking enough food that you'll need 2 of these to cover the amount of food you want to eat. If you want to try to dip something really large into it (e.g. a whole piece of chicken, a full-sized corn dog, etc), the opening of these will probably not be wide enough. They are NOT big enough for the usual thing we do with a plate -- they don't hold the same amount of sauce that many people dump/squirt into a pile on their plate (and then often throw away half of it because we didn't use it all). I also would not recommend using only one of these for salad dressing unless you are having a side salad. A big salad that is the main part of your meal would probably take 2 of these containers' worth of salad dressing.
Overall, they're cute, they have lasted over a year of normal adult handling and some runs through the dishwasher, they're easy to clean, they get the job done, and I'm still happy with them. :)
These are perfect for what I got them for! Sauces can easily fill up the inside and even after some tossing the don't pop open. So far I've used then for bbq sauce, mayo and ketchup. They clean easily and dinner seen to hold smells or stains. The designs have not been affected by cleaning.
I just received these today and was actually very impressed with how deep each container is. They are small enough to fit into bento boxes but the depth is enough to fit 11 stacked quarters. Width wise they are about an 1" to 1-1/2" across. The lids snap closed securely which is nice.
I haven't had a chance to use them so this review does only have 4 stars because of that. Otherwise, I am pleased with this product.
My only complaint is that because this is authentically Japanese...the directions are fully in Japanese so I have no idea if they are dishwasher safe.
I used the google translate app on my phone and was able to decipher some general ideas:
-Wash before use with sponge
-keep out of reach of children
-keep away from fire or else this will become deformed
-do not microwave
-do not put in mouth (no duh...)
It also seems to caution against use in a dishwasher and refrigerator, and the use liquids in the container.
Hope this helps!