Tanabata Matsuri, or Star Festival, is an annual celebration in Japan inspired by a Chinese legend about star-crossed lovers separated by the Milky Way Galaxy who can only meet once a year on Tanabata Day (July 7).
The Japanese celebrate Tanabata by writing down their wishes onto pieces of paper and hanging them on leafy stalks of bamboo adorned with colorful decorations.
I’m a bit late, but here’s my Tanabata-inspired bento. Continue reading
I got a big tub of cottage cheese with the intent of making some chicken breast stuffed with cottage cheese, mushrooms, and spinach; I made them before and they were delicious!
However, I took a completely different turn and made cottage cheese pancakes instead lol. Talk about a complete 180. Continue reading
That’s right, I will never tire of making panda-inspired bentos. Continue reading
I am behind in publishing my bento blog posts! No matter, it’s fun to remember the cuteness that was my Hamtaro bento that I prepared last week. Continue reading
Continuing my omurice bento trend, here’s another one, this time with bunnies. Continue reading