Bentos & 2 types of Tamagoyaki

I was away most of October [Fukuoka and Singapore]
And part of November [Sapporo]
So i only have two bentos to share XD

November 15
mm-1

November 29
mm-3

Each bento features a different type of tamagoyaki XD
mm-2
With crab stick

and with cheese
mm-4
Both have to made in a tamagoyaki pan and method is exactly the same as making a normal one.
you just need to place it on the egg mixture prior to the first roll.
See recipe for a basic tamagoyaki here

New Year is slowly approaching!
Are you going to make osechi this year?
Learn more about Osechi here!

XOXO Yumeko

  1. I love looking at your beautiful bento pictures. I know that you mentioned that you often make things ahead and freeze away but even if you don’t freeze away and make it the night before, do you reheat the food prior to placing in the bento container or just put it in cold? I’m usually too lazy so I just put it in cold and by the time lunch rolls around, the food is at room temperature, or close to it. Haha!

    I made tamagoyaki this past week–thanks to you posting recipe and instructions–and added spinach to mine. I’m on a spinach binge lately.

    I definitely won’t be making osechi this year, as I haven’t done so in past years, although I do prepare some foods for New Year. I admire that you do so because it’s a TON of work!

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    Yumeko Reply:

    i usually put it in cold as the husband microwaves his lunchbox prior to eating these days.
    he likes his rice super hot lol XD

    i think with experience osechi becomes easier. its going to be my 3rd time doing it and in my mind now, it seems oddly do-able XD

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  2. Looks delicious! :D I feel motivated to make bento for school.

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    Yumeko Reply:

    you totally should!

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  3. Yummy looking bentos! Mine always look crazy! I need to plan more and I’m going to try tamagoyaki one day~~

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    Yumeko Reply:

    you’re going to loovee it!

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