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Comparative Study of Eating Habits of University Students in Japan and Korea
Journal for the Integrated Study of Dietary Habits
To obtain relative judgment data on eating habits of university students in Japan, comparative studies were performed with students living in Korea, who have a common cultural view of the self as people from Japan. The eating habits of Japanese and Korean students were investigated, with the result that the ratio of those taking each meal breakfast, lunch, and dinner was invariably higher for student living in Japan than in Korea. Also, the variety of foods that are eaten more than three ordoi:10.2740/jisdh.20.111 fatcat:i4vozqeh65eiraxszya3kjue7u