One of the agenda last weekend was to play with the bento tools that I bought from Saizen. Impulsive buying is something I rarely do and when I do, I always end up regretting my loot. Not for the bento tools. I am practicing so Aki would have the coolest lunch box about 6 years from now.
All I really wanted was an egg molder but these are what we got
Ham/Cheese/Soft Food/Cookie Cutters
Rice and Bread Molds
All these items except for the pink rice and pink sandwich molders cost only 85 bucks. The two that I mentioned are 88 pesos each. Saizen is the place to be if you are craving for Japanese. I wish learned about the store when I was preparing for Franco’s Japanese 30th birthday party. There were so many other things that we wanted to buy – an elephant shaped watering can,
glow-in-the-dark condoms, paper soap, banana container, adorable Japanese tape, toddler cape for haircuts, polkadot aprons and the list goes on. I shall return, Saizen.
Anyhoot, without further ado, I present to you our very first bento creation.
This work of art is entitled, Familia Kiki’s June Halloween