Ekiben to Fukei (Station lunch and Scenery)by Mame Ikeda

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Starting from Tokyo, this picture book takes you on a journey of enjoying bento boxed lunches and the scenery of Japan’s unique landmarks and towns where you can see people’s daily lives.

The sound of splitting disposable chopsticks triggers the appearance of popular ekiben such as chicken bento, shioumai bento, sandwiches, and more.

Release Date:
October, 2021

Author profile

Mame Ikeda

Born in Izumo City, Shimane Prefecture in 1992. After graduating from high school, he worked as a side dish cook for three years before moving to Osaka to paint.

He focuses on illustrations such as book covers and presentations at exhibitions.

In 2016, he won the Masayoshi Nakajo Award at the HB File Competition. In his book “There is taste. (Seikosha), “Fukei” (iTohen press), and the picture book “I’m hungry” (WAVE Publishing).

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Weight 601 g

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