Bento boxes are how many Japanese people do lunch - compartments of seasoned rice, vegetables, pickles, meats or seafood, ready to open up and eat at a moment's notice. They’re available at specialty shops, train stations, convenience stores… but, unfortunately, not in Marysville. Komarimashita, ne? (That’s a real problem!)
The growth in Japanese industry in our region has brought with it a growing popularity and interest in Japanese cuisine, including the desire to have something a little different from the normal boxed lunch. That is why I’m pleased to be testing out a bento delivery service, and I want you to take part in it.
Each bento comes with chopsticks and a napkin unless otherwise specified.