Sunday, 2 February 2014

Rilakkuma & Totoro Bento Platter


Made this a few days ago for my little niece. This time I placed everything on a plate instead of a bento box, since it was meant to be eaten at home. The rilakkuma bear rice balls are filled with chicken teriyaki and the mini totoros are boiled quail eggs seasoned with soy sauce and decorated with cheese and nori seaweed.

I am thinking to make Miffi or Winnie the Pooh for my next bento. Let's see what I am going to come up with :)! See you soon!

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13 comments:

  1. I like it very much it; the mini rilakkuma and totoro are so cute. Like also the grape.

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    1. Many thanks, zouzou lechat ^^. What do you think I should make next :)?

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  2. So adorable! So neat! The miniTtotoro are unbelievable!

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    1. Thank you for your compliment, Nippon Nin :). I need to visit Japan one day and see the country where Totoro is created myself ;)!

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  3. This is too cute!!!! and the colors are amazing! even the egg roll~

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    1. Thank you for visiting and your positive feedback, Shierly :)! Greatly appreciated :)!

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  4. I can never get tired of your bentos...so much imagination!
    Very cute :D
    Have a wonderful week!

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  5. I'm a big fan of Rilakkuma too and you made this platter so well and so cute!

    Gong Xi Fa Chai to you and your family!

    Zoe

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    1. Many thanks, Zoe :). Gong Xi Fa Cai too!

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  6. Sooooo adorable! I didn't grow up with Rilakkuma (you can see the generation gap. GAHHAHA), but I think it's so cute. I'm more of a totoro fan (you know it!). :)

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    1. Lol ;), I actually like Totoro more than Rilakkuma too, but I still think that Rilakkuma is somehow cute, that's why I make him from time to time ;). You should make a Totoro themed bento too for your kids one day, I'd love to see it :D)!

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  7. Oh!!! Rice wrapped around rice...what a superb idea! I love eating plain (or flavoured) rice on its own--not very nutritious, I know--and this might look amazing as onigiri. Two-coloured onigiri for munching...ja! :D

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