This Japanese release that will be let you *eat while you play* will see the light on december 8th as you see it’s a simple *Lunch box* to the naked eye.
Funny tough you can *store* food on this *Japanese style* crafted box (not some ordinary one)…when you get hungry while you are gaming. Obviously this release will something *stupid* for Occidental users hence it’s something linked to the core of Japanese culture but…for some hardcore fan it’s must buy. Maybe…
Sony have unveiled the PS3 Lunch Box, which is a special edition item as an appreciation from Sony Computer Entertainment for the continued support on long-running, and very successful games such as the Final Fantasy and Metal Gear series.
The PS3 Lunch Box will see a release in Japan, and is called a ‘bentou’, or a Japanese meal box. This particular device is a juubako, or a nest box type bentou. The top of the Lunch Box looks like your standard PlayStation 3.
This isn’t any standard lunch box, either, as it has been claimed that the PS3 Lunch Box was made with the highest woodworking and laser etching techniques available to designers. The cool-looking lunch box can have any food inside of it, as it has been stated to be safe to put any food in it as it won’t damage from spills easily.
The final version of the PS3 Lunch Box will be unveiled by Sony on December 18.
[Source] = Tweaktown
Jubako is this: (which the author of the article misspelled).
Seventh platform, the bottom
These are items used when away from the palatial residence.
- jubako (重箱?), a set of nested lacquered food boxes with either a cord tied vertically around the boxes or a stiff handle that locks them together.