Built around steamed rice, Teishoku set meals include miso soup, a main dish, a vegetable side and pickles. Wholesome and satisfying, quick and healthy, Teishoku cuisine is comfort food designed to meet the traditional Japanese ideal of a balanced meal.
The Roots of YAYOI
When Japan opened it's doors to the foreign world during the Meiji Restoration in the 19th century, cuisines from around the world flooded into Japanese Culture. As time progressed, Western Cuisines began to gradually merge with traditional Japanese cuisine resulting in Yayoi-Ken which opened in 1886. This marriage of traditional Japanese cuisine with Western influence resulted in what we now call Teishoku.
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