VegeProject is an interuniversity project which aims at creating a vegan menu for each cafeteria.

VegeProject is carried out independently by students from each university.

The groups in Kyoto University and Tokyo University have already succeeded in introducing delicious vegan menus.

A vegan menu is a key factor for plurality, and a great chance to rethink the relation between food, our lives, and the lives of others.

Why a vegan menu?

The number of vegetarians, vegans and people who decide to reduce their consumption of animal products is on the rise. To cover the needs of these new generations, many important universities in the Western world have already incorporated a vegan menu for their cafeterias. A vegan menu contains no meat, eggs, milk or animal derived products. 

Introducing a vegan menu is an important step towards a more inclusive service, and creates an opportunity to think about the way our dietary decisions can have an impact on society and the world.

VegeProject is carried out independently by students from each university. The groups in Kyoto University and Tokyo University have already succeeded in introducing a delicious vegan menu. With your help, your university could be next!

This page was created to provide all the support needed for new groups of students from different universities to succeed in the introduction of vegan menus, by connecting them with other groups which have already succeeded or are currently working on the project.

Your university is next!

→ Contact Vege Project Japan

Vege Project Partners’ Progress

Vege Project Kyoto University

■ Menu first introduced: November 2013
■ Menu officially listed: November 2014

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Vege Project University of Tokyo

■ Menu introduced: November 2013

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Vege Project Hitotsubashi University

■ Proposal accepted: August 2015

Vege Project Nagoya University

■ Proposal accepted: August 2015

Your university is next!

→ Contact Vege Project Japan