There are hell lot of Indians piled up now in Japan be it Osaka, Tokyo, Nagoya, Saitama, Chiba, Toyama, Kobe, Fukuoka, Akita, Hiroshima, Kawasaki or even in remote areas. Before the 2020 pandemic, the number of Indians shifting to Japan surged so high that the immigration has to update their system and many regulations that govern the number permitted for Visa. So there is no scarcity of Indian community or Indian students and also there are well established Indian families living in Japan since very long with their children getting complete nationality with equal rights of education etc. Consequently, there are a large number of Indian restaurants as the main source of income of Indians comes from food. Indian food is also very popular and considered delicious in Japan and the number of Japanese people who really like eating Indian food are not less in Japan. They serve all kind of main variety and exist almost everywhere in Japan if searched on internet. Also they vend Indian spices and pickles too so that the person can help himself by cooking on its own and don’t miss the Indian taste there. Japanese food taste and type differs completely from Indian cuisine. Though Japanese food is also very tasty and healthy, but it is just opposite in comparison to Indian food in few aspects. However if you are thinking to have food in an Indian restaurant on a daily basis, 3 times a day, that might not be possible if cost and health prospective is considered. Since in Japan the main parts of Indian food raw material is imported or purchased from other sources, it eventually becomes very costly to prepare with all good quality standards and that’s why the cost has to be inevitably high. It is so high that ironically it becomes luxury food for normal salaried person and thus it is not likely to make it as your daily food source. Same holds for the health point of view.