“Edo Sarasa” is a pattern known for the inclusion of flowers,
animals and people within its design.
With origins in India, it has its distinct, exotic feel.
To produce the pattern through dye, tens of stencils are required,
together with precise brush work, endurance and skill.
Many vibrant colours are dyed to achieve the design,
meaning the clothes that result have often been kept for special occasions.
That special sense of occasion, and tradition, can now be brought to a lunch box.
While observing cherry blossoms in spring,
or enjoying the cool evening breeze of summer, or the leaves in autumn –
or even within the everyday gloom: it is a lunch box to make the feeling special.