Bento is what the player prepares before their partner leaves for work. It comprises of a main course, a side dish, and a dessert packed together in a bento box. The food can be bought in the Shop option in the menu (under the Foods tab while the bento boxes are found under the Boxes tab) or prepared at the Kitchen. The better the combination, the higher the Love the player will receive from their partner.


Tap the bento box to select a Main Course, Side Dish, Dessert and Box. Your partner will give you love depending on how much they enjoy it. Great combos bring more love!


Main Course

Image Name Price
Rice Balls
Rice Balls 20 Love
Sandwiches 28 Love
Toast Chicken
Toast Chicken 40 Love
Toast Lambs
Toast Lambs 45 Love
Black Pepper Steak
Black Pepper Streak 56 Love
Hamburger 58 Love
Pizza 64 Love
Seafood Spaghetti
Seafood Spaghetti 70 Love
Fried Fish
Fried Fish 78 Love
Sushi 90 Love

Side Dish

Image Name Price
Fries 15 Love
Fried Egg & Bacon
Fried Egg & Bacon 24 Love
Meat Balls
Meat Balls 28 Love
Egg Rolls
Egg Rolls 34 Love
Mexican Taco
Mexican Taco 45 Love
Barbecues 48 Love
Vegetable Salad
Vegetable Salad 52 Love
Avocado Salad
Avocado Salad 66 Love
Tempura 75 Love
Sashimi 99 Love


Image Name Price
Blueberry Cake
Blueberry Cake 15 Love
Key Lime Pie
Key Lime Pie 24 Love
Donuts 28 Love
Cupcakes 36 Love
Puddings 45 Love
Matcha Cake Roll
Matcha Cake Roll 54 Love
Tiramisu 58 Love
Strawberry Napoleon
Strawberry Napoleon 66 Love
Macaroon 75 Love
Wagashi 90 Love


Image Name Price
Wooden Bento Box
Wooden Bento Box


120 Love
White Bento Box
White Bento Box 260 Love
Pink Bento Box
Pink Bento Box 380 Love
Japanese Bento Box
Japanese Bento Box 450 Love
Cat-Like Bento Box
Cat-like Bento Box 560 Love
Galaxy Bento Box
Galaxy Bento Box 660 Love


Here is a list of possible bento combinations to receive lots of Love (Main Course, Side Dish, Dessert, Box):

  • Sushi - Sashimi - Wagashi - Japanese or Cat-like
  • Hamburger - Fries - Macaroon - Galaxy box
  • Toast Chicken - Avocado Salad - Tiramisu - Cat-like box


  • Bento originates from Japan. Based on several dictionaries, they commonly define it as a "Japanese-styled meal packed in a box divided into parts to separate the different dishes."[1][2][3]
  • The word bentō (弁当) came from the Chinese Southern Song (dynasty) slang term biàndāng, meaning "convenient" or "convenience."[4]


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