"Bibo" is a disaster prevention stockpile set developed by Hotchkiss and Sanwa Seisakusho with the concept of "integrating into the living space as part of the interior". It is housed in a stylishly designed box and can be displayed comfortably in the living room or children's room.
The stockpile is a semi-order type that you can choose from four types, "for men", "for women", "for seniors", and "for kids", depending on the attributes of the user. In addition to the amount and content of long-term storage food being different for each attribute, it is configured to meet each need, such as grooming supplies for women and pocket games for kids.
In addition, as a common item, one "shared box" containing a multifunctional radio light, first aid kit, emergency toilet, etc. is included. By leaving room in the box, you can store personally necessary items such as local disaster maps and copies of your health insurance card.
There are four types of designs: container, wood, denim, and dots. The price is 15,800 yen (excluding tax, the same applies below). From mid-September, it will be sold at major department stores and Tokyu Hands.