These Japanese enamelware canisters were designed by award-winning Japanese product designer Makoto Koizumi in conjunction with local enamel factories in the Mie prefecture of Japan. Made of white enamel over steel, the containers are durable and scratch-resistant, and are ideal for storing leftovers in the fridge or for packing a picnic to the park. The lids are completely interchangeable and fitted with a silicon gasket for a tight, secure seal that keeps your cereal fresh and your soup contained.
Hand wash only. Not for use in microwave and dishwasher.
Award-winning Japanese architect and product designer Makoto Koizumi has designed items both large and small, from tiny wooden spoons to homes and offices. In 2003, his product catalog became extensive enough to warrant opening his own store in Kunitachi, a suburb west of Tokyo. Koizumi’s enamel coated steel and maple handled tea kettle won the coveted Good Design Award in Japan in 2006.
Stackable canisters for storing food or packing a picnic. Semi-gloss enamel coated steel exterior. Lids are fitted with a silicon gasket for a tight, secure seal that keeps food fresh. Holds 19.5 ounces. Made in Japan. Also available in Large.
4.9 inches x 3.5 inches
(12.4 cm x 8.9 cm)
Holds 19.5 oz (580 ml)
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