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Cafe breakfast specials are becoming more internationalized in central Japan’s Aichi Prefecture, which hosts the second-largest foreign population after Tokyo.

In the “morning set” culture found all over Japan, customers who order a coffee, for example, get a light breakfast along with it. But while they would usually expect toast or an egg, they might now get breakfast foods from Vietnam, for instance, or Turkey.

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