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A Huge Hit at Seria! The BONHEUR Series Introduces a Square-Type Container

Seria is a 100-yen store that stocks an abundance of various products and convenient items. Recently they are stocking many stylish items, and it's amazing that they can all be purchased for just 100 yen. This time, we will be introducing the newest product in the BONHEUR line that has been a huge hit at Seria.

You'll Fall in Love with the Square-Type Lunch Pot

The BONHEUR series includes a variety of products that are so popular they often sell out, including their mainstay, the BONHEUR Lunch Pot, as well as other products such as the BONHEUR Mini Cap, perfect for ketchup and mayonnaise; the BONHEUR Chopstick Case Set, perfect to use along with the Lunch Pot; and the BONHEUR Silicon Mug Cap, which you can use to protect the contents of your mug from dust.

While these products are actually made from polypropylene, they are designed to look like the porcelain enamel pots that have been popularized by brands such as Le Creuset and Staub, which has made them quite the topic of discussion lately. The newest product in this series is the BONHEUR Lunch Square XL (108 JPY (incl. tax)).

These containers are 440ml in size, and come in either red or white. While they might seem a bit small to use as bento (lunch boxes) for adults, there have been many comments such as "The square shape is cute," "It's small but I bought it as soon as I saw it!" and "I bought it instantly." There are also people who have commented that the item is hard to find, so there are many that weren't able to get their hands on this popular product.

By the way, we weren't able to pick one up, but a Sugar Pot with a spoon included also went on sale, so check it out along with the other products while you can!

The BONHEUR series offers not just lunch boxes, but various other products for storing small items and using for decoration as well. There's no doubt that if you get the BONHEUR Lunch Square XL, it will serve you for way more than its 100 JPY price tag!

*The contents of this article are accurate as of June 3rd, 2019.

*Please note that the information in this article is from the time of writing or publication and may differ from the latest information.

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