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Bento Boxes Are The New Lunch Pail

I love the idea of Japanese Bento Boxes. Not only are they environmentally friendly (and these are BPA-free, Lead-free, Pthalate-free), they’re adorable for packing lunches and picnics. These Takenaka Bento Boxes above come in nine different colors so you can collect a few and mix and match, and each Bento Box contains a moveable divider so you can pack multiple foods in one box without things getting messy.

More Bento Boxes after the jump!

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Photo image: Harabu House.

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  • Takenaka Bento Box 1 of 5
    Takenaka Bento Box
    Each of these Bento Boxes contains a moveable divider so you can pack multiple foods and keep them separate. And, they're microwaveable and dishwasher safe.
    Available from Harabu House, $29.50.
  • Two Tier Japanese Bento Box 2 of 5
    Two Tier Japanese Bento Box
    Called the Red Rabbit, this Bento Box has five compartments and is microwavable without lids for warming (although, not dishwasher safe).
    Available from Amazon, $$11.50.
  • Modern Bento 3 of 5
    Modern Bento
    A modern pink and black Bento with easy to carry case that fits inside backpacks, briefcases and travel bags.
    Available from Laptop Lunches, $$32.99.
  • Little Piggy Bento 4 of 5
    Little Piggy Bento
    The farm lover's Bento -- an adorable little pink pig Bento Box with two tiered compartments.
    Available from Kotobuki at Amazon, $12.49.
  • Panda Face Bento 5 of 5
    Panda Face Bento
    Two-tiered Bento Box with panda bear-shaped face, perfect for school snacks. And each stacked compartment is separated by fitted plastic lids.
    Available from Kotobuki at Amazon, $12.49.

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Victoria Smith is editor of sfgirlbybay, one of the West Coast’s leading lifestyle and interior design blogs, featuring affordable, vintage-inspired and bohemian modern decor ideas. You can follow sfgirlbybay on Twitter, Pinterest and Facebook.

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