Lunch in Japanese

„To Go“ with tradition

Allgemein
13.10.2020

What the good old lunch is to the German is for the Japanese … yes what?

Discover the traditional Japanese lunch package and take part in our raffle!

“To go” is an old hat in Japan, because Bento boxes have a centuries-old tradition and have been known since the fifth century. Originally a meal for on the road (for example, in bamboo leaves as food for field work), “Bentō” is now more than just a lunchtime meal – it is part of Japanese food culture.

In the course of time, different types of bento developed, and in the 15th century, these were artistically arranged in a wooden box or in lacquered boxes and served on special occasions.

Today, Bento has its firm place in Japanese culture. On New Year’s Day, for example, the whole family can enjoy a multi-storey box, and at the famous Cherry Blossom Festival (Hanami) people bring bentos to a common picnic.

Do you want to win a Bento-Box?

Among all until October , 25th 2020 registered newsletter subscribers we raffle three Bento-Boxes.

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The conditions of the raffle can be found here: Conditions

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