Makunouchi Bento

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akuno-uchi translates to “an intermission.” This food dates back to the Edo Period (1603 to 1867), when it was served during the intermissions of Noh and Kabuki theater performances. Each of the food props are separated on purpose so that you can get to them with your chopsticks!

My Bento includes Sashimis, tempura of the Shrimp, grilled fish, Tofu and boiled vegetables with small rice balls…and more!! The small rice balls are practical to be “eaten by the mouthful” in an intermission! Please enjoy!!

Created for DAZ Studio 4.0 and Poser 8. Includes two poses.


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