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  1. 戦後日本の農地改革
  2. 日本の農地改革が成功した理由
  3. 水稲農業
  4. 田植え
  5. 初期の機械化農業
  6. 農地の再編成
  7. 野菜果物栽培の革新
  8. 米の配給と補助金制度
  9. 日本の農業人口の減少
  10. 農家の規模と後継者問題
  11. 日本の農業の担い手 
  12. 三ちゃん農業
  13. 日本人の食生活の変化
  14. 日本の酪農
  15. 日本人はどのような乳製品を食べるのでしょうか
  16. 日本の肉牛
  17. 農家の収入の変化
  18. 日本の養蚕
  19. 日本における食糧の自給
  20. 日本における米の自給
  21. 日本における有機農業
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A virtual reality view of a modern Japanese supermarket.
Japanese supermarkets carry both traditional and western foods. To enter this virtual reality scene, click on the Audio-Video link below.
The Changing Japanese Diet
The daily diet of the Japanese people has changed drastically over the past years, with corresponding changes in agricultural production. In the early postwar years of food shortage, people ate sweet potatoes, barley and millet more than white rice, which was scarce and expensive. Vegetables and fish in small quantities served as side dishes. Although rice regained its traditional place at the center of the preferred Japanese diet by the early 1950s, western staples of meat, bread, and dairy products soon made inroads. Many people credit the national school lunch program with changing the diet preferences of the younger generation because it served milk and a roll along with a hot dish. Japanese now eat much more meat, bread, and dairy products, while consumption of rice has declined. By the 1970s, western style restaurants and fast foods further changed the eating habits of urban Japanese. Instead of the traditional diet of rice for breakfast and dinner and noodles for lunch, most urban Japanese now eat a western breakfast and lunch, with rice remaining the staple food only for most dinners. Click on CHARTS, below, to learn more about changes in the Japanese diet.
言葉の説明:  fast foods

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