Beautiful Jubako tiered boxes (重箱) for traditional Japanese New Year foods Osechi-ryori(おせち料理)

It’s November! While people around me are thinking about their Christmas foods (I live in New Zealand), I was thinking about Osechi ryori, traditional Japanese New Year foods.

Osechi ryori can’t be Osechi ryori without Jubako(重箱)! I have a three tiered Jubako brought back from Japan about a decade ago, but maybe it’s time to get a new one.

It’s not just for Japanese New Year(Oshogatsu(お正月)), it’s good for special occasions such as home parties, potluck parties, office parties and luxury picnics.

I’ve searched for Jubako on Rakuten Global Market because they ship worldwide from Japan. I’m going to share what I’ve found with you in case you might like to have one for yourself!

Click on the photos to open a Japanese page and the text links to open an auto-translated English page.
Note: Prices are as of 12 Nov 2019. Please check the latest information at the linked product page.


Jubako 180mm x 180mm 3 tiered boxes (Total 3900ml) JPY4,400

For 3-4 people / Made in Japan / Colours: Red or Black



Jubako 19.5cm x 19.5cm 3 tiered boxes Akebono Sakura JPY5,500

For 4-5 people / Made in Japan / Colours: Pink or Purple



Kishu coating Jubako 14.5cm x 14.5cm 3 tiered boxes JPY2,541

Made in Japan / Colours: Outside black and inside vermilion



Jubako 24cm x 24cm 2 tiered boxes with dividers Sakura JPY3,000

Made in Japan / Colour: Black



Jubako 19.7cm x 19.7cm 3 tiered boxes with dividers Maki-e(Lacquer painting) Rabbits JPY4,930

Made in Japan / Colour: Red



Jubako 15cm x 15cm 3 tiered boxes 花丸春秋(Hanamaru spring and summer) JPY5,500

Made in Japan / Colour: Black

or


Jubako 15cm x 15cm 3 tiered boxes 花丸春秋(Hanamaru spring and summer) JPY5,500

Made in Japan / Colour: Ancient vermilion



Jubako 19.5cm x 19.5cm 3 tiered boxes 玩具(Toy-design) JPY132,000

For 4 or more people / Made in Kyoto, Japan / Colour: Black
*It comes in a wooden box and it’s perfect for a special gift!


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