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.