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Wood Lunch Box Bento Box Wooden Japanese Style Sushi Tableware B

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Wood Lunch Box Bento Box Wooden Japanese Style Sushi Tableware B

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Product description

Specification:


Item Type: Bento Box
Material: Wood
Weight: Approx. 375g / 13.2oz
Uses: Kitchen Supplies



Package List:

1 x Lid

2 x Lunch Box

1 x T-Shaped Compartment

1 x Fixed Strap

Wood Lunch Box Bento Box Wooden Japanese Style Sushi Tableware B

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