Ekiben (駅弁) or train station lunch boxes are a huge part of the food culture here in Japan. Ekiben are a specific type of bento boxed meals, sold on trains and train stations in Japan. They come with disposable chopsticks or spoons. Ekiben containers can be made from plastic, wood, or ceramic. Join me for a feast of seven different lunch boxes at a park in Tokyo.
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