My type of lunchbox
One lunchbox and chopsticks set.
From books and laptops to cell-phones and digital cameras, the content of any bag is full of “vertical elements.” So why do conventional lunch boxes, when placed flat in a bag have to remain as “horizontal elements”? Looking to resolve this issue, the Japanese product design company METAPHYS created Ojue – a lunch box with a minimized base area that can be stacked vertically, allowing it to be placed neatly and freely even within the slimmest of bags. The lunchbox is comprised of three units that can be stacked or removed like LEGO blocks to accommodate your varying appetite or condition.