When you remove the top, you find a black lid for the first compartment with a set of chopsticks in the middle. Underneath that is the first compartment. It's supposed to be the bigger compartment, but it looked like the smaller of the two to me. The removable food containers in this compartment made it easy to separate foods, or you can remove the containers altogether and use it as one big container.
|1. Top compartment with two containers. Both containers can be removed.|
|3. The black lid for the bottom compartment.|
|4. And the bottom compartment, in all its glory.|
The black lids stack in their compartments easily, and I found that they helped keep the food in place. There is a moveable divider in the bottom compartment that didn't make it into the pictures, it is made of the same red plastic as the box. I found that divider really handy, because it fits into the box very well and makes it easy to separate foods and adjust for larger or more awkward pieces of food.
|And the bag... the bag just looks fantastic.|
The downsides to this box I think are few and far between. But there are a couple of things that some people might not like. If you like your lunch hot, you'll have to take it out of this box to reheat it. The WAON box is not microwaveable, nor is it dishwasher safe. And it isn't liquid tight; you can't really pack anything soggy or watery in this without it leaking.
Other than that, I've got to say that this bento box was pretty much exactly what I was hoping it would be. It's sleek, it's cute without being childish, the containers and moveable divider make it simple to pack a lunch in a hurry, and the compartments do a more than adequate job of helping to separate foods that I don't want to "mix" inadvertently. So if you don't mind the downsides, I'd definitely recommend this box. It's simple, attractive and the pretty bag makes your lunch look like a present. :p