Washoku vs. Japanese Blue Zones’ Diet

How is Washoku different from Japanese Blue Zones’ Diet? Japanese Blue Zones were discovered by Dr Shoji Kondo between 1935 and 1971, and the people in those long-lived villages were eating a lot of vegetables, seaweeds, soybeans, rice with barley, sweet potatoes and taros. Is that the same as Washoku?

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