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I thought it would be a good idea to understand the food culture of Japan so that the solution we suggest integrates well into their society. Yes, the game is placed in 2020, and maybe we'll see clues to the food culture then in the storyline as we go along. Otherwise, we'll have to assume it's close to what it is now. Anyone that wants to discuss what they eat, when they eat it,  what they don't eat, or agricultural, and work practices that might interfere or enhance a solution can post it here.

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For instance, someone mentioned growing orange trees on rooftops, and yet, I think that would be a short-term solution. For one, they don't store well, and I think the average breakfast doesn't even include orange juice. I like potatoes, myself, but I'm not sure they're even a staple either.
OK I lived in Japan for 7 years.

And one huge issue in Japanese culture as it relates to food is they love their food fresh. And eating food in Japan was a true delight cause it was as if nothing was over a day old. That also meant food was more expensive.

Here in America, a big corporation may transport food surpluses hundreds of miles and we would get food at a cheap price. In Japan, local farms are more preferred.

Another thing about food in Japan, it's more about presentation and less about quantity. Japan is the only country in the world where I would see food from McDonald's as pretty as the pictures.

So food in Japan is fresh and pretty to look at.

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