Japanese bentoboxes

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  • Lunch on a train in Japan. The more items in a bento box, the better.
  • An elaborate dinner in lacquered boxes.
  • A bento box from a convenience store.
  • White bread sandwiches, sausages, and cooked egg.
  • Another nice restaurant meal.
  • Second grade class serving lunch to their classmates. They eat in their room as the school had no cafeteria. The food is prepared in a central location and delivered to the schools.
  • School lunch: seaweed in packets, rice in metal bowl, fantastic chicken soup, milk and an apple jelly. All the vegetables, including lettuce, are boiled.
  • Classroom poster.
  • Another school lunch – sardines, anyone?
  • Commercial bento boxes.
  • The panda heads are made with rice balls and dried seaweed.
  • Pink-tinted rice ball pigs and Hello Kitty.
  • This is a toy made from wood.
  • Apparently there are competitions for this kind of thing.
  • Artwork of a bento box.
  • Competitive bento boxes.
  • Second grade bento box, American student
  • Second grade bento box, American student
  • This and the following were made by teachers.
  • Japanese bentoboxes

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    34. 34. Bento Box Lesson<br />http://www.dentonisd.org/51235103105048/lib/51235103105048/Bento_boxesPDF.pdf<br />Japanese Lessons<br />http://www.dentonisd.org/nwalkup<br />

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