MUJI products are selling kitchen consumables one after another this fall. Among them, I was surprised to find a "freezer bag" that I had never seen before, so I immediately checked it.
MUJI freezer bags are available in two sizes, small and large, with 10 pieces each for 299 yen for small and 399 yen for large (both including tax). The two sizes have the same height and gusset, but different widths. The cold-resistant temperature is designed to be -30 degrees and the heat-resistant temperature is designed to be 80 degrees, and the microwave oven can only be used for thawing.
The small size is width 20 x height (under the zipper) 14.5 x gusset 7 cm. One pack of mushrooms has plenty of room, and you can store about three slices of bread.
The large size is width 26.5 x height (under the zipper) 14.5 x gusset 7 cm. It seems to be good for storing mountain-shaped bread and cut leafy vegetables such as cabbage and Chinese cabbage. Both have gussets, so the impression is that they fit more than they look. It is also a nice point that it is short and easy to stand up and store in the refrigerator.
Also, I personally like the fact that the double zipper on the mouth is thick and you can feel the "tightly closed" feeling when you press it. One side of the opening is slightly lower and opening and closing is smooth. Depending on the product, the zipper may stop working after opening and closing it many times, but this product did not seem to be a problem.
A freezer bag that is simple yet easy to use, with a wide memo field that is convenient for writing how to cook freezing flavors. It's a little expensive compared to other companies' products, so I don't recommend it to those who don't want to spend money on consumables, but if you are looking for a solid gusseted bag as one of the variations, why not check it out?