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Japanese lunch box hiragana Heno Heno
- Included 6 pieces: bottom container and its lid, upper container, main lid, separator container, elastic band
- Color: black
- Dimensions: L6.81 × W4.72 × H3.23 inches (L17.3 × W12 × H8.2 cm)
- Total Volume: 32.1 oz (950 ml) Lower compartment: 18 (550 ml) Upper compartment: 14.1 oz (400 ml)
- Curb Weight: 480 g
- Material: boxes ABS resin, inner lid EVA plastic
- MADE IN JAPAN
- This bento lunch box is not microwave safe.
- Goes in the dishwasher without lids but it’s better to wash the lunch box by hand.
- Do not place in the oven or near an open flame.
へ の へ の も へじ (HeNoHeNoMoHeJi) is undoubtedly the oldest "emoji" in Japan. "An emo...what?!". An emoji is a "drawing" made from (moji) Japanese alphabet’s characters. In other words, it's similar to a smiley.
へ の へ の も へじ (HeNoHeNoMoHeJi) "hénohénomohéji" is a face made using "Japanese characters" (Hiragana) as follows: へ (He) for the eyebrows and the mouth, の "no" for the eyes, も "mo" for the nose, and じ "ji" for the face (with two drops of sweat). For many years, the expression へ へ の の も へじ "héhénonomohéji" was used by young children but as you may notice, the pronunciation is not very easy. It is, of course, possible to create other faces with 平 仮 名(Hiragana) "Japanese characters" starting with the wife of Mr.Hénohénomohéji: へ め へ めく こ ひ (HeMeHeMeKuKoHi) "héméhémékukohi"!
Did you know that Mr. Hénohénomohéji is usually working in the fields? He tries the best he can to scare away crows. He is always silent and planted in the ground. Yes, it's a 案 山 子 (Kakashi) scarecrow.