Lunch in Japan is a whole procedure, which takes place according to clear rules. In this article, One Yui student from school in Saitama will talk about her school lunch.
It all starts with the fact that half a dozen kitchen workers in bathrobes peel potatoes for 720 people, which was raised by the 6th grade on a school farm.
After handling the potatoes for three hours, they are taken for fish in pear sauce. Pears, it should be noted, are also personally grown by schoolchildren. Also today for lunch vegetable soup, bread, mashed potatoes and milk.
When everything is ready, the cooks lay out lunch in special containers, each of which is designed for a separate class.
Lunch at school begins after the fourth lesson. When the time comes to an end, the students get up, thank the teacher for the lesson and prepare for dinner, which, by the way, lasts almost an hour!
Before eating, students, as well as kitchen staff put on special robes that do not allow their clothes to accidentally get dirty. Hats on the head and masks on the face are obligatory.
Then the students all together wash their hands with a special disinfecting gel.
Several students are separated from the group and go to the kitchen to bring everyone lunch.
Arriving there, they are together I thank the cooks for lunch, the containers loaded on special trucks and transported to classes.
This boy is responsible for the milk, his duty-to distribute each package.
Students impose their own lunch.
The remaining food is not lost, it is calculated separately duty.
The teacher always has lunch with the students, before eating, he talks about the products that are on the table, how they grow and where they originated.
These guys argue, who will get the remaining fish or soup, because the Japanese nothing should be lost.
The responsibility of the student is to disassemble your package after drinking milk, as it is then sent for processing.
Soap-and-soap procedures in the afternoon, including tooth cleaning.
Packages of milk are added separately, then they are washed, dried and taken to where they are then taken for processing.
Dirty dishes cleaned and refers to the kitchen students.
At exactly 13.10 comes time to harvest, when the students wash the floors, and sweep classes.
The education system is designed so that children from childhood are taught to work so that they can clean up after themselves if necessary.
They grow their own food in school gardens and orchards to learn one thing – the food from the sky does not fall, it needs a good work.