Jūbako (重箱, lit. "tiered boxes") are tiered boxes used to hold and present food in Japan. The boxes are often used to hold osechi, foods traditional to the Japanese New Year, or to hold takeaway lunches, or bento.
Made of a deliciously grained cherry wood, this gorgeous box can be used to store treasures of all sorts. Each section has a decorative corner spline inlay of contrasting walnut, which adds strength as well as a beautiful design element.
Made in Los Angeles by Nobu Wellington of WM Craftworks.