Since yesterday was a national holiday in Japan, I had to wait until today before I could get my first bento of the week!

As you can see, the Missus prepared a very solid bento today with two kinds of musubi/rice balls.

“Leftovers bento for you today!”, she said. One musubi contained cheese and fish sausage, the whole wrapped in Trevise.

The other musubi, wrapped in lettuce contained smaoked salmon and tobikko, flying fish roe, for a “oya-ko combination”/”parent and child” combination, topped with olive and seasoned with mayonnaise.

Mini-tomatoes and pickled myoga ginger sprouts were also included for taste and design.

The salad garnish was also composed of leftovers: spicy mushrooms salad, pickled carrot salad, walnuts, soft poached egg seasoned with black sesame seeds and bean salad.
Where is my dessert?

Hearty leftovers, and tasty at that!
Sorry for the fuzzy pics!

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