Woman Gave Birth In Japan. Here's Some Of The Delicious Food She Was Served.


When it comes to giving birth, the recovery period in a hospital or a clinic differs in every part of the world. In the UK, you might be out in a matter of hours, and even then, you'd be lucky if you a cup of tea and some crumpets. One woman, who gave birth at a clinic in Japan, was treated like a queen. She stayed in the clinic recovering for 4 days, which is the standard in Japan, and the nurses looked after the baby, gave her some amazing advice, and fed her the best food to aid in her recovery.

Most people cringe when they think of hospital food, which is usually pretty yucky.

But this woman, who had a standard pregnancy, went on Reddit and claimed that she was fed omuraisu, macaroni salad, chicken soup, squid rings, fruit, and green tea to regain her strength.

Some hospitals will kick a mother out after a few hours to make room for another patient.

But this new mother was treated to salmon with mushroom sauce, soba noodles, rice, eggplant and beef, broccoli, hijiki salad. We have to say, we’re a little envious, and hungry.

This mom wasn't wined but she was certainly dined after giving birth.

Then again, creating life is no easy task, and as beautiful as the miracle of life is, one can certainly use a nice meal like sea bream, pasta salad, chicken meatballs, pickled daikon, rice, miso soup, chawan mushi, and green tea.

Aside from food, the mom got plenty of advice on how to look after her newborn.

This is like going to lamasse with the only differences being that you already have a kid and you’re getting great food like chicken fingers with shredded cabbage salad, bitter melon stir fry, agedashi tofu, carrot salad, rice, and miso soup.

Did you get stale brown bread and a butter sachet and marmalade after you give birth?

Come to Japan the next time you’re ready to give birth and you could enjoy some mackerel, konbu salad, natto, spinach salad, miso soup, rice, milk, and green tea.

Can you go to Japan solely to have your baby there and get fed?

You sure can and you can enjoy some mushroom pasta, potato salad, broccoli and bacon salad, chicken soup, fruit, bread, and green tea. Just don’t expect to get Japanese citizenship. That’s really tough to get there.

A hospital stay in Japan sounds like it's definitely worth whatever the cost might be.

Not only do you get to enjoy cod, shredded cabbage salad, pasta salad, sweet potato and peas, rice, and green tea, but also advice like how not to smother your kids or shake them hard.

The Japanese government is known for spoiling children with a number of programs.

This definitely helps to ensure that kids are well cared for in their society. But of course, mommy deserves some TLC too, like some salmon, tofu, spinach salad, natto, miso soup, rice, and milk.

Japanese food is good everywhere, but you don't have to get pregnant to enjoy it.

Chicken with mushroom sauce, braised pumpkin and pork, daikon carrot salad, rice, miso soup, and chawan mushi.

With menus like these, who needs to go to a restaurant in Japan?

You just have to find someone to knock you up and head to Japan so you can stay at a clinic or hospital and enjoy some fried fish with tartar sauce, braised mountain potatoes, hijiki salad, spinach and carrot stir fry, rice, and green tea.

Even with pain relievers, comfort food is always a plus after giving birth.

With some fish, braised vegetables, niku jaga, which is essentially meat and potatoes, cucumber and baby corn salad, rice, miso soup, and green tea, you’ll be feeling like your old self again by the time you leave the hospital.

The woman was treated to a last meal before she was discharged from the clinic.

It’s called the oiwai (which means celebration) dinner and consists of camembert and raisins, roast beef, mashed potatoes, kabocha, lotus root with gravy, corn soup, rice, salad, tiramisu, fruit, orange juice, and green tea. When you’ve been this spoiled, we’re sure it’s tough going back to a normal life.


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