DAISO’s Heat-Resistant Glassware – A review of affordable items
DAISO is a popular 100 yen shop in Japan! Its the top 100 yen chain in Japan, owning more than 3,000 shops! DAISO develops and releases about 1,000 new products each month. To my surprise many of them are high quality “made in Japan” products for only ¥100!
This time I picked up DAISO’s heat-resistant glassware to share with you!
Basic information on DAISO’s heat-resistant glassware
- Product name in Japanese
- 100～300 yen (Tax excl.)
The heat-resistant glassware that I purchased the other day at DAISO turned out to be amazing, so I went back and bought some more!
In our dual-income household, quality storage containers for all of our pre-prepared meals are a must-have!
DAISO’s heat-resistant glassware is microwave and oven safe!
It is also dishwasher safe! (Although we don’t have a dishwasher ourselves….)
Plastic containers have the downsides of retaining smells and stains, and enamelware can’t be microwaved, so they both can be inconvenient. However, these containers have none of those issues!
You can choose from 3 different sizes.
- Large – 800ml – 300 yen
- Medium – 500ml – 200 yen
- Small – 310ml – 100 yen
On top of that, this glassware can be stacked for storage! If you buy 1 each of the small, medium, and large, they all can be fitted inside of the large one for compact storage.
Even if you stack them on top of each other in the fridge, you can still easily discern the contents at a glance!
Since they’re fitted with lids, you also can use less cling wrap for storage!
The design is even fine for putting out on the table as-is, so you don’t need to wash any extra dishes.
I’ve been using these for about a month now, and I still use them every day without any real issues!
Typical heat-resistant glassware like these are often sold at 4 to 5 times the cost, but these are extremely comparable to those high-quality products!
I highly recommend these to people who prepare meals in advance!
Birth place: Okinawa prefecture
A fan of collecting cute interior misc. goods and storage goods. Her blog, “Look what I bought” features a wealth of information on the best 100 yen shop items.