The Smart Han Bento Lunchbox Lets You Eat Rice Dishes on the Go

 - Sep 12, 2012
References: japantrendshop & gizmodo
Made by the masters of playful innovation at Takara Tomy, the Smart Han Bento Lunchbox offers up a fresh new take on a classic Japanese Dish.

Bento is a single-serving takeout meal that traditionally consists of rice, chicken or fish and a vegetable. Since it's very well balanced, it makes for a great lunch. The only problem is that it's usually served in a box-shaped container and requires utensils in order to be eaten. Sadly, in today's busy world, many people are stuck at their desks during lunch hours and confined to eating things like sandwiches and pizza that can be consumed quickly without the need for much cleaning. Thanks to the Smart Han Bento Lunchbox, you can eat bento anytime no matter where you are.

Similar to the Sushi Bazooka, the Smart Han Bento Lunchbox lets you pump food directly into your mouth while you continue working away on those pesky TPS reports. Design inspiration for the product came from observing the way children eat a popular frozen treats known as Push-Pops.

Finally, a convenient way to consume rice at work. Now, if only the same technology could be applied to baby back ribs.