Focus: Food Service

Woman who gave birth in Japan photographs hospital meals

July 8, 2019

A woman who recently gave birth in Japan shared 12 of the meals she was served during her stay in the maternity ward in an article on the Bored Panda website.

The meals look tastier than those in many restaurants, the article said.

Food presentation is crucial in Japan and it would appear that even hospitals take this cultural tradition seriously.

Since the woman’s post went viral, users from all over the globe — especially the US — now want to give birth in Japan.

Read the article and see the rest of the meals.

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