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!
Looking for vegan food in Osaka? Don’t worry, Osaka is a vegetarian-friendly city offering variety of vegetarian food - traditional Japanese food, Italian, Indian, desserts, and more! Here is a list of recommended vegan restaurants you should try when you come to Osaka.
While you are visiting Kyoto, you should try having a very traditional and unique experience by having Buddhist monk cuisine in or by a temple. This will undoubtedly be an unforgettable experience in Kyoto.
Custom salads and salad bars are very popular in countries like the US, and is starting to become popular in Tokyo too! Here are the top 5 salad bars located in Tokyo, Japan!
For such a big metropolitan city, Tokyo is surprisingly not so organic-friendly. In fact, organic supermarkets and restaurants are scarce so options are limited. But worry not, here is a list of the best organic restaurants around Tokyo. Vegetarians and non-vegetarians alike, you'll find what you're looking for!
Being a vegetarian in Tokyo isn't simple. Meat dishes are very popular and fish broth is widely used in Japanese cuisine. You can find a few vegetarian plates at almost any restaurant, but the choices tend to be quite limited. Vegetarian restaurants are starting to pop up all over Tokyo. Let's explore vegetarian cuisine in Shibuya!
Lazy and tasty snack you could make to have with a nice, cold glass of beer. Great anytime of the year!
Although Japanese cuisine is very healthy, it's easy to steer away from the healthy choices, and fill up on the "karaage" (fried chicken), ramen and tempura. If you had a heavy meal and are trying to redeem yourself or if you're vegan/vegetarian, you should head to Ginza Raw Life Cafe for a super healthy meal.
Sangenjaya is a really fashionable neighborhood with loads of cafes, restos, second-hand shops and bars. It's a really nice place to take a stroll and try different types of cuisines. If you're looking for a nice place to relax and enjoy delicious vegan Hawaiian cuisine, you should definitely make a stop here! From healthy vegan to junk food vegan, there's something to please everyone here!
If you're in the mood for a healthy dinner with friends in a casual and comfortable setting, you should try Mr. Farmer. They have 4 branches in Tokyo.