For me growing up, my mom used to make me Japanese breakfasts whenever she could. This usually consisted of rice, miso soup and some pickled vegi's or grilled salmon. But my favorite was natto. fermented soybeans and it's really sticky and stinky stuff. But it's high on protein and it's known to be really healthy.  especially for your blood circulation.  Tenhachi has a traditional japanese breakfast menu that they serve only until noon. You have a few options but i almost always end up ordering the Natto Breakfast. The breakfast comes with rice, miso soup, pickles and your choice of meal. Green tea is also included in the $8 price. Though, i have not tried it yet, there is a western breakfast menu as well.

1125 W 12th Ave.
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johta said... @ November 2, 2008 at 7:52 AM

We tried Tenhachi the last time we got to Vancouver on your rec. We were duly impressed - best miso shiru we've had. It will be on our regular list whenever we get in to town.

Cesilia said... @ November 8, 2008 at 12:35 PM

Ooh, this makes me want to start making the Japanese breakfast part of my morning routine. Natto (esp. with a raw egg), gohan and miso-shiru!!! Mmmm

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