These Photos Of Hospital Food For Preggos In Japan Will Make You Want To Live ThereIt will also make you very, very hungry.by Kitty Elicay .
Living in Japan definitely has its perks — it is safe, child-friendly, and the government does its parts to make sure its citizens and residents are well-taken care of. Many have also said that Japanese cuisine is one of the best in the world — and it looks like they don’t scrimp on the quality, serving, and presentation, whether it’s in a restaurant, convenience store, school lunches or hospital food!
What hospital food in Japan is like
In our Facebook group, Smart Parenting Village, Angel Aihara, a stay-at-home mom of two who lives in Japan, and who blogs at Mama Gel, documented the food that was served to her while she was confined in the hospital after giving birth to her second child, Kotarou. She also offered a glimpse of what it’s like to give birth in the country.
“Karamihan sa mga pasyenteng nanganak dito ay pinapanatili ng pitong araw sa ospital, mapa-normal delivery man o CS operation.ADVERTISEMENT - CONTINUE READING BELOW
May ilang ospital namang apat na araw lang,” Angel explains in her post. “Tinuturuan ng ilang basic [skills] like pagpapaligo sa bata, pagpapasuso pagkain ng tama para makakuha ng sapat na nutrisyon, self-care, at iba pa.”
She adds, “Kapag nakikita ko itong mga pagkaing ito parang nais ko tuloy ulit magkasupling!”CONTINUE READING BELOWRecommended Videos
Below are photos of her food:
Angel, who underwent C-section shares in March 2018, shares her first meal the morning after. “Akala ko hihimatayin na ako sa sobrang gutom halos maiyak na ako noon,” she muses.ADVERTISEMENT - CONTINUE READING BELOWADVERTISEMENT - CONTINUE READING BELOW
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