A friend of mine linked to me on Facebook is working for Japanese people in the U.N. I'm writing about him and his mates exactly in another article, and now I'll tell you about his new gadget.
He stays in Geneve and complains of the food being costly. I've been to Basel, though only for a day, and can understand his way of thinking. After due consideration how to save money on food, he bought a travel cooker. Reading his review on the cooker and seeing its picture, I found it attractive and decided to buy the same one. It was only 2700 yen (25 U.S. dollars) and compact. It must be definitely designed for traveling.
I tried to cook an instant ramen and boiled eggs with it, and the result was wonderful. It's very handy and will be useful on overseas trips.