Woman Gave Birth in Japan—Here Are Some of the Amazing Meals She Ate at the Hospital

Nobody likes hospital food—but if you went to Japan, you’d probably have a different opinion.

Imgur user Hahahah1111111 recently gave birth in Japan, and shared an album of some of the tastiest meals she ate while in the hospital.

Take a look at some of the menu options—and what’s in them—down below!

Omuraisu, macaroni salad, chicken soup, squid rings, fruit, green tea.

Salmon with mushroom sauce, soba noodles, rice, eggplant and beef, broccoli, hijiki salad.

Sea bream, pasta salad, chicken meatballs, pickled daikon, rice, miso soap, chawan mushi, green tea.

Chicken fingers with shredded cabbage salad, bitter melon stir fry, agedashi tofu, carrot salad, rice, miso soup.

Mackerel, konbu salad, natto, spinach salad, miso soup, rice, milk, green tea.

Mushroom pasta, potato salad, broccoli and bacon salad, chicken soup, fruit, bread, green tea.

Cod, shredded cabbage salad, pasta salad, sweet potato and peas, rice, green tea.

Salmon, tofu, spinach salad, natto, miso soup, rice, milk

Chicken with mushroom sauce, braised pumpkin and pork, daikon carrot salad, rice, miso soup, chawan mushi

Fried fish with tartar sauce, braised mountain potatoes, hijiki salad, spinach and carrot stir fry, rice, green tea.

Forget this fish name, braised vegetables, niku jaga (meat and potatoes), cucumber and baby corn salad, rice, miso soup, green tea.

Final “Oiwai (Celebration) Dinner”: Camembert and raisins, roast beef, mashed potatoes, kabocha, lotus root with gravy, corn soup, rice, salad, tiramisu, fruit, orange juice, green tea.

I recently gave birth in Japan. Here is some of the hospital food I ate.


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