The Embassy of Japan recently provided set meals in Japanese bento boxes to the healthcare staff at the National Isolation Centre and Pengiran Muda Mahkota Pengiran Muda Haji Al-Muhtadee Billah Hospital in Tutong.

The contribution reflects the embassy’s appreciation and continuous support to medical frontliners for their dedication and hard work in battling the second wave of COVID-19, the embassy said in a statement.

Image courtesy of The Embassy of Japan

The flavourful Japanese cuisines stuffed in bento boxes were prepared by the ambassador’s chef, Shimizu, as a show of encouragement and high tribute to all frontline workers. 

Image courtesy of The Embassy of Japan
Image courtesy of The Embassy of Japan

In addition to the bento boxes, the embassy’s team also donated some Japanese goods as a token of the embassy’s gratitude.

On hand to receive the meals was the hospital’s Acting Chief Executive Officer Abdul Muiz Haji Ibrahim. – Analisa Amu

Image courtesy of The Embassy of Japan

This article was first published on 4 September 2021 in our Weekly E-Paper issue 157



Follow by Email
error: Content is protected !!