A full stomach helps you perform better. Maybe, just maybe, the reason why university cafeterias in Japan serve well-rounded choices is that they believe students can cope better when they eat well. Look at the pictures below to see how food in a Japanese university cafeteria looks like. I will update this post to add more!
Meal 1: Mugi Gohan, Saba Fish, Miso Soup, Okra sides, Chicken liver sides (440 yen)
Meal 2: Take-out Kakiage Soba from the noodle section of the cafeteria (310 Yen)
Meal 3: Chicken and onion stir-fry, potato salad, and hashed potato (474 Yen)
Meal 3: Fried fish (さんま) with thick vegetable sauce, sweet squash side, okra side, Pannacota (467 Yen)
Cafeterias in Japan also list down how many calories this meal contains including the salt content and amount of red, green, and yellow vegetable content.
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