BS1 Sun. Apr. 23


Foreigners are surprised by packages when they come to Japan. Japanese packages, such as condiment packages that discharge ketchup and mustard just by folding them so your hands don’t get dirty and tetrahedral packages that can be opened easily and even used as plates, continue to evolve every day. How are they developed and sent out to the world? We investigate new Japanese cools.

Peter from America had foreigners see his favorite packages and created a popularity ranking.
Tetrahedral packages were created with the desire to transport mesclun without squashing it. Our foreign guest went to hear the story behind its development.
What’s the secret of the craftsman who improved traditional magemono into microwaveable bento boxes?