Vegetarian food in Japan!
Vegetarian cuisine in Japan is incredibly flavorful. Whether it is for religious or moral reasons, or simply because it can be delicious too, vegetarian cuisine in Japan is incredible. Although there are still few restaurants compared to a lot of major cities, Japan also has a vegetarian tradition, Shojin Ryori (Monk cuisine), and there also many cuisines serving vegetarian dishes!
Vegetarian food in Japan!
Even with all the food diversity around Tokyo, sometimes there's nothing like a big hearty brunch on a Sunday morning. (Especially after a night of drinking hm hm..) Here are the best spots to try brunch around Shibuya.
Sushi is a really fun meal to make between friends, not only is it easy, but it's also a nice icebreaker between new friends! While enjoying a nice glass of wine, people can gather around and enjoy (or laugh at) their original and vegetarian creations.
Have you ever tried Japanese curry? It is an easy dish to make at home and is appreciated by everyone, young and old, because of its comforting taste. If you would like to try the vegetarian version of Japanese curry, this recipe is for you!
Buddhist Cuisine (精進料理) is delicately prepared vegetarian cuisine. It is inspired by the seasons, and most importantly by Buddhist philosophy. The cuisine is simple and fresh and no meat is used. It is a reminder to use mindfulness in your daily life. This restaurant is actually a 2-star Michelin restaurant, so you will be left completely speechless by the presentation and taste of these incredible dishes.
Yudofu is a traditional winter food of Japan. It is a kind of Japanese hot pot dish and is known for being very healthy and nutritious. Here is an easy recipe so you can make it home and enjoy the taste of Japanese winter!
There is an overwhelming number of foods you can try in Japan. It varies by region and by season, so it's like diving into a deep, delicious ocean of novelty! Yum! There are loads of new foods to discover during the summer in Japan, they are generally light and refreshing, but oh so ever delicious! Here's one you should try! It's a jelly noodle called tokoroten!
Being vegan in Tokyo isn't always easy as fish broth and meat are commonly used in almost every meal. However, rest assured, a growing number of restaurants have vegetarian options in their menus. But for those who don't speak Japanese and want to be certain to be eating vegan dishes, you should try any of the Ain Soph restaurants!
cafe Stay Happy is a hammock cafe located in Shimokitazawa. If you are looking for a place to chill and relax for a while in Shimokitazawa, check it out!
At this restaurant in Nagoya, you can have cake for lunch! And even if you're health-conscious, you can enjoy the cake, guilt-free. The cakes here are made with vegetables and are meant to enhance your beauty and health. Let's try a gorgeous salad cake for lunch while in Nagoya!