Total calories (approx): 420 (how calories are calculated) 
Time needed: 10 minutes in the morning
Type: Japanese, omnivore (wieners!)
This is a quick-assembly bento (about 10 minutes in the morning) that consists mainly of seasonal vegetables. I did use a wiener sausage for the protein part because I was running low on other protein ingredients, but it’s just one so I don’t feel too bad about it, especially since the rest of the bento is so healthy! I cut the wiener into little fish, and arranged them so they look as they they are swimming upstream. I’ve described the wiener fish here  - the tutorial (in Japanese, but with very clear photos) is on this page . You could of course just cut up the sausage into diagonal slices - but the fish are more fun! One sausage yields 4 fish. To keep the bento all-vegan, substitute some veggie franks, fried tofu or other vegetable protein.
The bamboo shoot rice recipe is here . The stir fry is made like the one on the same page, but without the bacon and with a couple of asparagus spears added.
The rice should be assembled and the timer set the night before - or just make it the night before and have some for dinner! If you can prep the snow peas at least the night before it would save you a lot of time in the morning. A couple of the snow peas are blanched briefly and used to decorate the top of the rice.