School Lunch in Japan - It's Not Just About Eating!

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School Lunches | American Kids Try Food From Around the World - Ep 2 | Kids Try | Cut

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Japan's amazing lunchboxes.

Making a packed lunch for your children to take to school is a chore performed by parents around the world. But in Japan, it is not just the taste and healthiness of the meal that is important - but how it looks. From BBC

TOKYO - JAPAN 4K

Tokyo, Japan - population 38 mln. Most populated city in the World but its very clean and friendly for tourists. More interesting is as a culture, lifestyle than landscape. Great Food, Many Attractions, Friendly and Kind People.Easy to Explore. Worth to Visit. One of My Favorite place to Be. http://travelwithmediary.blogspot.co.uk/ Copy and use of my video is not allowed. Jacek Zarzycki.

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Japanese kids go shopping alone.

Japanese kids go shopping alone. https://goo.gl/L9J7bT

Get inspired to see how Japanese students operate their lunch period! You can see why "lunch period" is placed as a learning period in Japanese schools. Directed, edited and filmed by Atsuko Satake Quirk, Cafeteria Culture's media director. Visit www.cafeteriaculture.org to see how we bring in this Japanese style student-led operation into US school cafeterias on sorting their waste!

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