I bought a food jar like this:
I make soup for breakfast and leave some for my lunch. I make minestrone or miso soup. When I eat soup at noon, it isn’t very hot, but it is still warm to eat. I am satisfied with this food jar.
The picture is a lunch one day.
(*) a magic jar: 魔法瓶（まほうびん） maho bin
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I pack a lunchbox every morning. I don’t like cooking very much, so I want to buy a new lunchbox to cheer up my motivation to pack lunchboxes. I was looking for a new lunchbox on Amazon.co.jp and it recommended me to buy a vacuum flask for soup. It is called a ‘magic jar(*)’ in Japanese. Vacuum