Side dish cups and baluns that are convenient for partitioning lunch boxes. However, the drawback is that it becomes garbage after you finish eating.
The "Eatable Balun Kit" and "Eatable Nori Cup Kit" are lunch box goods that solve such problems in a cute and delicious way. It will be released from Kokubo Kogyosho in July and can be purchased at 100-yen shops.
The "Eatable Balun Kit" is a plate set that allows you to cut out ingredients into rectangles and use them as lunch boxes. The mold has motifs such as rabbits and squirrels, which makes your lunch box look warm and cute.
Suitable ingredients include carrots (sliced very thinly or boiled lightly), cucumbers, ham, and cheese. Nori will not come off.
On the other hand, the "Eatable Nori Cup Kit" is a type that can make seaweed into a three-dimensional cup. You can eat the whole dish with small side dishes and rice balls that are difficult to eat.
To make it, just cover the mold with lightly moistened seaweed and heat it in the microwave. However, there are some tips on how to moisten and remove it, so I thought it would be a good idea to try it several times until you get used to it. Rest assured that you can eat even if you make a mistake.
Here is a bento made using two. By the way, the balun is sandwiched between rolls and has a cute finish. It looks cute, so it looks good to have it as a deco valve tool.