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This Watch Features A Tiny Bento Box For Those Emergency Hunger Pangs

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In 2016, fanny packs, lunch boxes and Ziploc bags just aren't cutting it anymore.

Not to mention, regular wrist watches have fallen behind to fresher styles on the market. It's all about innovating, staying ahead of the competition and making life easier for consumers. That's why the Bento Watch is the next best thing.

In a recent video uploaded to YouTube by Kyoto-based agriculture company Takii, we're introduced to a tiny wrist watch containing a miniature bento box hidden in its face.

If you've been thinking of new ways to smuggle snacks during everyday life, this could be the game-changer you've been in search of!

Think of it as an Apple Watch, but way tastier.

In order to craft the Bento Watch, a number of skilled surgeons were hired to slice and dice the food offered in the watch's face. Why? Well, simply to show you that eating out of your watch is possible.

Ah, Japan, what ever will we do with you?

As of now, the watch is just a concept -- a super duper cool and kind of unnecessary one, at that.

Check out the video above for a closer look!

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Citations: This Bento Watch Is The Only Tiny Snack Device You'll Ever Need (Or Want) (Uproxx)