Bento Boxes in Japan Pavilion
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Does anyone know if they sell Bento Boxes in the Japan Pavilion in Epcot? I am trying to remember, but drawing a complete blank. I'd like to get myself one for lunches, but if they sell them in Epcot I will wait and not order one online yet. Thanks in advance!
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My son and I are totally into bento boxes and we were stoked to check out the Japan pavilion's offerings. Unfortunately, it was mostly Hello Kitty items (and, being a middle school boy, that would equal certain social death. )
There are some other laquer boxes in the back of Mitsukoshi, but nothing like what you'd find in San Francisco's Japantown or at Ichiban Kan's website.
I was surprised not to see a better selection there on my last visit, having just returned from Japan itself....
By the Golden Gate Bridge. The trip report is now underway for our visits to San Francisco, Victoria, our Alaskan cruise on the Wonder and our return to Disneyland. The pre-trip report for our visit to Boston and New England is also underway.
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