A zipper bag that is convenient for storing seasonings and ingredients. While there are a lot of fashionable designs such as jar style and illustrations, I found a new product that I am interested in at 100%, so I will introduce it.
A series called "Craft Zip Bag" that uses kraft paper on the outside. It is available at 100-yen shops "Ceria" and "Can Do", and the price is 100 yen (excluding tax) for 3 to 4 pieces of each size.
The horizontally long design, which is easy to put in and take out, has aluminum vapor deposition processing inside. It is recommended for subdivision of coffee beans, tea leaves, granola, etc. that are worried about deterioration and odor transfer after transfer.
The vertically long bag is designed with a part of the bag as a window. The inside is coated with polyethylene, which gives a feeling of craft and is well suited for food preservation. You can also use it to separate sweets and miscellaneous goods.
Each has a space where you can write the contents and the expiration date, and you can stand on your own with plenty of gusset. Since the surface is paper, it seems better to avoid washing with water, but for the time being, the heat resistant temperature is 100 degrees and the cold resistant temperature is -20 degrees (microwave ovens and ovens cannot be used). It's easy to get used to in any kitchen, so why not take in people who are not particular about cafe-style interiors?