Akazuki Bento Review Project: Bento Alphabet Cutter

This is a great set for those who like to leave messages for their loved ones! Or those who may need to remind their loved one to do something while at work or school.

Cost: 5/5
This cutter set contains the full alphabet a “&” and a star all for only £4.21 ($7). I’ve seen some alphabet cutters where each letter would work out more than that!

Size: 5/5

The size of the cutters are perfect for bento. Many letter cutters are meant for cakes or cookies which means they would be too large to spell out a word in a bento unless the word is 2 letters long. There’s nothing to stop you using these cutters for cakes however which I think makes them even better than other letter cutters. Instead of “Happy birthday” on a cake why not have the recipients favourite poem or lyric on the cake to make it truly special?

Ease Of Use: 5/5

If you can use a cookie cutter than you can use this set. Simply push down on sliced meats, cheeses or thin vegetables. Done!

Style: 5/5

With the whole alphabet there are limitless possibilities. From messages of love, reminders, quotes or even a stiff word if someone has put you in a bad mood. If you can think it, these cutters can make it, and make it tasty too!


  • A huge scope of possibilities.
  • Make a bento personal.
  • Can be used on cakes, biscuits or to dress up any meal!
  • Sharp enough to cut food, blunt enough for children to use


  • Again, I’m not able to find a fault with this set. Maybe some numbers would be good to. Or emojis?

I received the product to review but no cash was exchanged, my review is my honest opinion and has not been swayed by the company or anyone else.

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