24 February 2015

Take A Look At The Unique Dishes Eaten By The Japanese For Breakfast

Ozoni (soup with mocha), iyokan (Japanese citrus fruit), green tea

Following our recent feature about the different breakfast dishes that are served around the world, let us take a closer look at the various dishes that are eaten during a typical Japanese breakfast.

The team at RocketNews24 has created a delicious compilation of dishes that are normally eaten by Japanese people every morning, giving us a peek into the world that brought us sushi and tempura.

Besides serving unique dishes like natto (fermented soybeans) and miso soup, the Japanese also enjoy tucking into Western staples such as toast and scrambled eggs.

Take a look at these breakfast dishes below, or head here to view the full post.

Japanese tea, banana, natto, white rice, raw eggs

Bread and coffee from a convenience store

White rice, natto, fried egg, cold tofu and miso soup

English muffin with butter, strawberry yogurt, coffee, arugula, pickled peppers, scrambled eggs

Vegetable juice (Japanese mustard spinach, celery, carrot, banana, pineapple, ginger)

Tanuki udon (udon with flakes of deep-fried tempura batter)

[via RocketNews24]