The technique is called "magewappa" and consists of bending thin slates of wood with steam to give them perfectly round or cylindrical shapes. It is one of the classic crafts of Japan, so it is only right that it receives a place in the official Tokyo 2020 Olympics merchandise catalog. And since this technique is used for lunchboxes, the Tokyo 2020 Olympics Traditional Lunchbox offers a very convenient and practical way to carry your meal to school, work, or any other destination.
The elegantly designed Tokyo 2020 Olympics Traditional Lunchbox has a capacity of 450 ml (enough for a standard Japanese meal) and comes with a partition board that allows you to put at least two different things in it: in Japan, that would mean rice and okazu (a side dish for the rice like fish, meat, or vegetables). It is made of lacquered natural that you can easily clean with a wet cloth, and it also comes with a rubber band for keeping it shut.
The Tokyo 2020 Olympics Traditional Lunchbox features: