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Japanese Food Self-Sufficiency

Japanese Food Self-Sufficiency

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Japanese Food Self-Sufficiency

  1. 1. HowTo Improve Japanese Food-Self-Sufficiency
  2. 2. 0 40 80 120 160 1960 1965 1970 1975 1980 1985 1990 1995 2000 2005 2010 2015 2020 USA France Gernany UK Itary S.Korea Japan Situation1 Japanese FSS is 39.4% (calorie supply based)
  3. 3. Situation2 99% 1% 92% 8% 82% 18% Corn Soy 59% 41% 45% 55% 38% 62% Japan needs imports to keep itself fed VegetablesMeatfruits Wheat
  4. 4. Problem What if imports are stopped?
  5. 5. Example : SUSHI 8% Soy-sauce 116% Wasabi Popular sushi top5 Tuna 47.5% Salmon 35.3% Shrimp 4.1% Sea-urchin 11.6% Egg 9.6% Unpopular sushi worst5 Oyster 81.5% Bonito 79.3% Saury 118% Mackerel 83.2% Yellowtale 101.6%
  6. 6. Response Feasible Solution1 Indoor Farming, utilize basements
  7. 7. Feasible Solution2 Japanese foods Westen foods 709 Kcal 745 17 Fat(%) 42 78 FSS(%) 14 Encourage Japanese food
  8. 8. Evaluation Solution 1 Solution2 Pros Cons Effective High-cost Stable Low-cost Difficult Heathy Safety Both have Advantages and Disadvantages
  9. 9. Discussion Is there any ways to improve Japan`s FSS? stop declining of Japanese FSS?ideas
  10. 10. References sozaidas.com -images, background images sushinuts.com - crazy-sushi roll www.mhlw.go.jp - datas about FSS akindo-sushiro.co.jp - sushi ranking datas www.philips-global.com- indoor farming photos homefacts.com - data about calories

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