Information on an Elementary School Lunch Program in Japan and a Nearby School Vegetable Farm


Many people grow up believing that their own scholastic experience is completely normal, and that nearly everyone else has had the same exact experience. The people who are watching this video will manage to realize very quickly that this is certainly not necessarily the case for anyone. In this video, viewers will see young Japanese elementary school students who have a very different experience during their lunch periods compared to many American and European students.

In the United States, school cafeteria food is often heavily processed and riddled with preservatives. The cafeteria cooks in this video prepare food from scratch, and specifically from vegetables that were grown by the students in the school farm.

People should please SHARE this video on Facebook, since it helps communicate a lot of very important cultural information at once, and many of the international viewers who are watching this video might find this school lunch setup interesting.

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