In Japan school lunches are a part of education and a point of national pride. School lunches teach children about their health, nutrition, table manners, serving food and about eating a variety of foods.
Lunch usually contains miso soup, rice, or noodles, fish or meat, vegetables, milk and fruit dessert.
Municipalities pay for labor costs, parents pay for the ingredients, about $3,00 per meal.
So, let’s go to Japan to visit a school: