Sometimes I get cravings for inarizushi (cone sushi). I love the sweet/salty combination of the aburage (fried tofu pouches) that the seasoned rice is put into.
You can find many sozai (pre-made foods) on the food floor of any department store. But if you go into supermarkets, they also sell sozai, a little cheaper than department stores too.
For this particular lunch from the supermarket, I had inarizushi, some fried fish, seasoned asparagus and tea.
Actually, I bought double the amount so I could have this for lunch for two days. Another nice thing about buying sozai from a supermarket or sozai-ya (shop which sells only pre-made foods), is that you can get small or large portions.
Department stores do sell small portions but usually they start weighing their foods from 100 grams, and almost nothing is less than 300 yen/100 grams, whereas the sozai-ya in my shopping arcade sells some items for 98 yen/100 grams.
On another day, I made egg salad filling, a toasted piece of walnut raisin bread, some cornichon (small pickles) and leftover carrot salad with iced tea.
What have you been having for lunch?