We currently carry out a set of activities with the objective of promoting the vegetarian/vegan lifestyle and making it simpler.
With the objective of simplifying the vegan lifestyle in Japan, and to provide the regular customer with a satisfying experience with vegan cuisine, Vege Project Japan actively invites restaurants, companies and other institutions to include plant-based options in their menus.
Our support offers a full introduction to vegan cuisine, unique recipes matching the needs of the restaurant or institution, suggestions for reliable ingredient providers, full follow-up support and promotion of the menu after launch.
We approve vegan and vegetarian options with these marks. We give these marks to restaurants, stores and products which have vegan/vegetarian options.
＊Please check the detail and the definition we decide for “vegan” and “vegetarian” as our approval from the page “Vegetarian/Vegan marks approved by Vege Project Japan.“.
-Vegetarian Approval for restaurants and shops-
・VEGAN （ヴィーガン ベジタリアン対応 ）:
Restaurants and shops with vegetarian options including vegan options.
-Vegan and Vetarian Approval for products-
・VEGAN: Vegan Product
・VEGETARIAN: Vegetarian (lacto-ovo level) product
The starting point of Vege Project Japan, Vege Project University is ran by student groups from different Japanese universities, who work for the introduction of a vegetarian (vegan) menu at their school’s cafeteria.
Vege Project Japan is a point of gathering for these groups, and provides support both to students and to universities considering the implementation of a vegan menu.
Please visit our “Vege Project University” page for more information.
-Chance to know about and enjoy “Vegetarian/Vegan” –
Our cooking events, meal parties, movie projections, conferences and other vegetarian-related events aim to increase public interest vegetarian food and vegetarianism, while creating an opportunity to make friends interested in vegetarianism. We believe the increase of vegetarian options is both the cause and the result of awareness and interest in vegetarianism and vegetarian cuisine.
The Internet is a powerful tool for the spreading of vegetarianism. Tsubomi aims to become a space for vegetarian and environmental-related news that results appealing to both vegetarians and non-vegetarians. By reaching the non-vegetarian in an enjoyable browsing experience through our articles, this portal works as a tool for the increase of public awareness of vegetarian and environmental-related topics.