Purple Carrot, an online vegan meal seller owned by Oisix Ra Daichi, announced that they would launch a vegan nabe kit with Ippudo. Ippudo is one of the most popular ramen restaurant chains in Japan and supplies plant based ramen at one of their shops in Shinjuku.
You can subscribe to Purple Carrot’s vegan meal kit on their website. The vegan nabe will be available on the 20th of October 2022.
Tofu Meat has opened a recipe website that features plant based dishes based on their vegan meat products.
They introduce more than 30 recipes, including both Japanese dishes and international dishes. The service is available only in Japanese but you will see what they are like from the photos.
Some different types of TOFU MEAT, their vegan meat products, are also available on their website.
Imperial Hotel Tokyo, one of Japanese best known hotels, announced that they would begin serving some new vegan dishes at each of their restaurant on the 1st of October. The course menus look very nice and luxurious. Could be a good option if you would like to spend a gorgeous time in the centre of Tokyo.
An online vegan restaurant guide will be opening on 25th of September 2022. The website lists only restaurants that serve vegan dishes.
It seems the website is available only in Japanese. It’s user interface doesn’t look very nice and the messages on the page are a bit strange, so I personally don’t expect much but anyway let’s wait and see.
King Jozo launched vegan ponzu as a part of their Hinode Mirin brand products. Ponzu is citrus flavoured soy sauce, which often contains soup stock from fish, but this ponzu does not contain any animal product and has received Vegan Certificate from Vege Project Japan.
Ponzu is a typical Japanese sauce and goes well with soup and boiled vegetables. Please try.