Whenever we celebrate New Year's in a foreign country, one of the things we think about is how we should have brought along a stacked box. The recent boom in Japanese food has made it easier to obtain ingredients for Japanese food overseas. Even if you make nostalgic stewed dishes, dashi rolls, or sushi rolls, it is strange that when you serve them on Western tableware, not only the appearance but also the taste seems out of focus. Rather, just by serving local ingredients in a stacked box, you can create a crisp Japanese setting and feel relieved to be ready for the New Year.
Matsuya Shikkiten's Shirakinuri Lunch Box is finished with transparent and low-gloss urethane paint, so they can be used to serve fried and other oily foods. It also has a texture very similar to that of white wood, giving it a natural look and feel that goes well with cheese and dried fruits.
Matsuya Shikkiten's Shirakinuri Lunch Box