Enjoy Breakfast for 100 Yen this Spring

From May 7 - 24, Tohoku University, in partnership with Co-op, will again offer students breakfast for 100 yen. And for the first time, Aoba Dining at Aobayama Campus will also be taking part.

Students can choose a cooked breakfast from two daily set-menu options at the cafeterias, or take away a bento.

This three-week event will feature dishes made with nutritious ingredients such as Sangen pork from Gunma prefecture, curry rice and Frugra (fruit granola) sets.

On selected days, tofu hamburger steak will also be offered as part of a special menu to support the athletes preparing for this summer's National Seven Universities Athletic Meet.

Period: May 7 - 24, 2024 (excluding weekends and public holidays)

  • Kawauchi-kita campus: May 7 - 17, 2024
    Kawauchi no Mori Dining (map), Kitchen Terrace Couleur (map)
  • Aobayama-higashi campus: May 20 - 24, 2024 Aoba Dining (map)

Time: 7:50 - 8:50 a.m.
Price: 100 yen
A meal card or student ID is required.

Daily Menu Options:

  • Kawauchi-kita campus menu (PDF)
  • Aobayama-higashi campus menu (PDF)

This round of 100 yen breakfast is once again sponsored by the Tanaka Memorial Foundation through the Tohoku University Fund.

The Sangen pork is donated by Hayashi Farm Co. Ltd. and Gunma Meat Co. Ltd., whose presidents are Tohoku University alumni. And the Frugra is donated by Calbee.

Tohoku University began this 100 yen breakfast programme in spring 2021 as a way to "fill the hearts and stomachs of students" and support those financially impacted by the COVID-19 pandemic. The programme has grown significantly in scope and popularity over the years and continues to be an important part of the Tohoku University Alumni Association's "Support Student Life!" campaign.


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Student Support Division
Education and Student Support Department
Tel: +81 (0)22-795-4719

Tohoku University Fund Office
Tel: +81 (0)22-217-5058

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