Bread became a regular part of the Japanese diet during the lean postwar years. Photo: Shutterstock
Bread became a regular part of the Japanese diet during the lean postwar years. Photo: Shutterstock
Japan

Rice for breakfast? Not anymore: more Japanese waking up to perfectly toasted bread

  • Bread has become regular part of diet since lean postwar years, and today, hi-tech gadgets exist to help Japanese enjoy the perfectly slice of white bread
  • The growing popularity of bread has coincided with a steady decline in rice consumption

Bread became a regular part of the Japanese diet during the lean postwar years. Photo: Shutterstock
Bread became a regular part of the Japanese diet during the lean postwar years. Photo: Shutterstock
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