Here is some captures of the lunch boxes or bento I made for husband and kids.
Around 2012-2013, Aisar worked full time in the office of a leading Japanese electronics company and he brought bento almost every day. Fast forward to around 2015-2016 in Michigan USA, after skipping for two years, his bento days were back when he sometimes had to bring lunch to campus or work (as internship graduated student). In 2017, we returned to Japan and Aisar worked very close to our home that he could run for having lunch with family, but still.. bento-ing in the busy days to cut off afternoon break time.
About Musa’s bento, I started doing that since we sometimes visited jidokan (children’s hall), but got more intense as he enrolled into youchien (Japanese kindergarten) at 3 years old. He had to carry that lunch box every day except Wednesday or event days.
Besides the routines mentioned above, occasionally I also made bento for myself or for Noah, my second son.
See more on my Instagram by using hashtags below:
#bentotooffice as #bentoideas for adult, and
#bentomusa as bento ideas for kids