In Japan, school lunches are only provided for elementary schools (grade 1-6) and junior high schools (grades 7-9).
The meals on trays are usually rice or bread, a vegetable dish, some sort of meat and soup.
The bentos are from days where the kids go home early because of school events such as graduation and the teachers stay behind and have a celebratory meal.
Here are a few lunches I’ve taken pictures of:
When he’s not busy teaching English at Japanese middle school, you can find Khanh or “Kyon” at www.gaki-no-tsukai.com
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