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Tohoku University supports students with "100 yen breakfast" Corona

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100 yen Breakfast will be served until the 21st.

Tohoku University has started a "100 yen breakfast" to support students who are financially in need due to the influence of the new corona.Sendai city… → Continue reading

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100 yen breakfast

100 yen breakfast(Hyakuenchoshoku) is a university that supports student life as part of its student life support.Student cafeteriaIn100 YenでbreakfastRefers to the service that provides.

Introduced at private universitiesKeio UniversityIs the origin.afterwardsRitsumeikan UniversityLarge-scale efforts started in[1]Taking this opportunity, the introduction is spreading at universities all over the country. [2].


Student health management such as not having breakfast disturbs the rhythm of life and makes you sick due to irregular eating habitsLifestyle habitThe purpose is to improve through eating breakfast and maintain a state where students can concentrate on their studies.


Planned by the Student Health Insurance Committee of Keio University Student Health Insurance Mutual Aid Association200610It started as a trial implementation as a free breakfast service at Hiyoshi Campus.After that, it became a regular breakfast service for 100 yen and spread to universities all over the country.After that, Ritsumeikan University began offering it in cooperation with the Parents Education Supporters Association, which is organized by the parents of undergraduate students enrolled at the university.2013 at the universityMay 10からMay 11Since it was provided experimentally and was very well received by students, it was initially offered.20144The schedule that was planned to be fully introduced from201312Introduced entirely at both Kara Kinugasa Campus (Kita-ku, Kyoto City) and Biwako / Kusatsu Campus (Kusatsu City, Shiga Prefecture)[1]..It has also been introduced at the Osaka Ibaraki Campus (Ibaraki City, Osaka Prefecture), which opened after that.


It spread nationwide with the example at Keio University, and then regained attention from the successful cases at Ritsumeikan University. The 100-yen breakfast initiative is rapidly spreading to universities nationwide, both public and private.Keio University is currently offering a limited amount of free of charge.[3].

Major universities offering 100 yen breakfast

Nagaoka University of Technology /Ritsumeikan University / Kansai University / Komazawa University / Iwaki Meisei University / Shirahagi University / Fukuoka University /Kyushu Sangyo University/ Fukuoka Institute of Technology / Surugadai University / Kinki University / Doshisha Women's University / Senshu University / Tokyo City University / Teikyo University / Hosei University / Hokkaido University of Science / Bunkyo University / Keio University / Doshisha University / Waseda University な ど


  1. ^ a b "Greatly effective for improving the life rhythm and health of college students!Due to its popularity, the "100 yen breakfast" will be fully introduced from December ahead of schedule!". Ritsumeikan University. 2015/5/1Browse.
  2. ^ "Review your eating habits ... XNUMX yen more universities offering breakfast". Yomiuri Shimbun(November 2015, 4). オ リ ジ ナ ルArchived as of October 2015, 5.. https://archive.is/20150501021910/http://www.yomiuri.co.jp/national/20150428-OYT1T50103.html 2015/5/1Browse. 
  3. ^ "Keio University Breakfast Service". Keio University. 2015/6/19Browse.


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