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Manzoku: The Ghostly Bento

July 12, 2010 | 1 Comment

Designed by Ghostly International | Country: United States

“For Ghostly International’s hundredth release, we wanted to commemorate the occasion with something more than music, something bigger, more permanent—a humble monument to our first decade’s work and a gift to our loyal fans. The Ghostly Bento was inspired by Japan and its tradition of quality, service, and design—values that Ghostly has always cherished. “Manzoku” is a Japanese word that roughly translates to “satisfaction.” Thus, the Bento is an intimate celebration of satisfaction in multiple forms—tactile, visual, aural—packaged in a handcrafted wooden box, stained and etched with a stunning image by LA artist Dosa Kim.

The Ghostly Bento is extremely limited in quantity (only 50 boxes were made) and handmade by a team of artists, designers, and craftspeople working closely with Ghostly International.”

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One Response to “Manzoku: The Ghostly Bento”

  1. Christina
    July 12th, 2010 @ 9:22 am

    Looks so good, it’s almost drool-inducing! Beautiful work.

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