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Oden(おでん) is a local Japanese snack; it is served with hot soup and dipping sauce with an assortment of bit-size ingredients. Oden is a popular “food on the go”, sold in convenience stores or from food carts. However, the container that is currently being used has a couple disadvantages. First, when the container is opened, the consumer tends to spill the soup because the lid is so tightly closed. Second, if someone is eating it on the go, there is no place to hold the dipping sauce. With the Reverse Lid, once you flip it and place it on the edge of the container, it will hold the dipping sauce and makes it easier and neater to eat Oden.
National Taipei University of Technology, Shih Chien University Kaohsiung Campus
Kuang-Chung Hao, Yan-Liang Chen, Po-Hung Chen, Chih-Tsen Deng
Shih Chien University