Category Archives: Objects

Number 40: Noriben on the Steps

(Barley noriben, carrot tamagoyaki, garlicky stir-fried shrimps, steamed broccoli with sesame dressing, and chicken wings braised in oyster sauce) This Wednesday, I had prep class in the evening. Since I was travelling to downtown anyways, I went a few hours

Number 40: Noriben on the Steps

(Barley noriben, carrot tamagoyaki, garlicky stir-fried shrimps, steamed broccoli with sesame dressing, and chicken wings braised in oyster sauce) This Wednesday, I had prep class in the evening. Since I was travelling to downtown anyways, I went a few hours

Number 28: On Manual Labour

(Simple miso pork, green beans with walnut dressing, and scrambled eggs over a bed of white rice) A simple bento today with a straightforward three-part organization, nothing fussy about it. Tired of eating pasta for the week, I wanted to

Number 28: On Manual Labour

(Simple miso pork, green beans with walnut dressing, and scrambled eggs over a bed of white rice) A simple bento today with a straightforward three-part organization, nothing fussy about it. Tired of eating pasta for the week, I wanted to

Number 26: A Simple Snack

(Red grapes, onigiris stuffed with nanbanyaki chicken) Nothing special really; just a light snack I brought to school a while ago. The nanbanyaki chicken was leftovers from the previous bento. Even though it is an overwhelmingly simplistic bento, I still

Number 26: A Simple Snack

(Red grapes, onigiris stuffed with nanbanyaki chicken) Nothing special really; just a light snack I brought to school a while ago. The nanbanyaki chicken was leftovers from the previous bento. Even though it is an overwhelmingly simplistic bento, I still

Number 24: The Faux-Milton Bento

(Pancakes, scrambled eggs, sausages, roasted potatoes with garlic and herbs, a slice of orange, and syrup in a container) There is this little place called “Place Milton” near my apartment that I go for breakfast or brunch at least once

Number 24: The Faux-Milton Bento

(Pancakes, scrambled eggs, sausages, roasted potatoes with garlic and herbs, a slice of orange, and syrup in a container) There is this little place called “Place Milton” near my apartment that I go for breakfast or brunch at least once

Number 20: Finding My Balance

  (Bi bim bap with beef, carrots, bean sprouts, spinach, and gochujang)  This week had been so busy that I barely had the time to cook: there were nights when I ate plain rice and furikake directly out of my

Number 20: Finding My Balance

  (Bi bim bap with beef, carrots, bean sprouts, spinach, and gochujang)  This week had been so busy that I barely had the time to cook: there were nights when I ate plain rice and furikake directly out of my

Number 19: Rainy Days

(Rice, salmon fritters, ham and asparagus rolls, apple slices, golden tomato) For the gloomy weather and the hectic schedule, I made a colourful bento to cheer myself up. Whenever life gets too demanding, I sustain myself by giving myself little

Number 19: Rainy Days

(Rice, salmon fritters, ham and asparagus rolls, apple slices, golden tomato) For the gloomy weather and the hectic schedule, I made a colourful bento to cheer myself up. Whenever life gets too demanding, I sustain myself by giving myself little

Introducing… The Notebook

Is this another sign that I think too much and am way too obsessed for my own good? Readers, I bring you my most beloved companion since I became an obento addict: the notebook. Black cover with rounded corners, 240

Introducing… The Notebook

Is this another sign that I think too much and am way too obsessed for my own good? Readers, I bring you my most beloved companion since I became an obento addict: the notebook. Black cover with rounded corners, 240