Japanese Breakfast

Japanese Breakfast

Japanese Breakfast

Japanese breakfast is known for its well-balanced nutrition, healthy qualities, and overall balanced meal concept, garnering attention even overseas. In this feature, we introduce products related to representative dishes of Japanese breakfast.

Below are the products related to representative dishes of Japanese breakfast.

Japanese Rice

Rice holds a central position in Japanese breakfast, serving as the primary source of carbohydrates and energy for the meal. A typical Japanese breakfast often includes a bowl of steamed white rice or sometimes mixed with other grains like barley or millet. 


In Japan, people like to starting the day with a warm bowl of soup, particularly miso soup. Miso soup is made by combining miso paste with dashi (broth) and ingredients such as tofu, seaweed, and vegetables, is traditionally served alongside rice and grilled fish as part of a balanced breakfast.

Grilled Fish

In Japanese breakfast, grilled fish often serving as the main protein source alongside rice and other side dishes. In traditional Japanese breakfasts, grilled fish, known as "yakizakana," is typically prepared by seasoning fish such as mackerel, salmon, or sea bream with salt or a sweet soy-based marinade called "teriyaki" before grilling.

Side Dishes

In Japan, side dishes known as "okazu" and "Kobachi" are often served alongside the main components of breakfast, contributing to the overall variety and balance of the meal. These side dishes typically consist of vegetables and offer small portions of flavorful and visually appealing dishes.

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