Shujin-riory 精進 料理
Is a kind of vegetarian meal mainly eaten by followers of Buddhism and also eaten at funerals.Which is free of meat of all kinds. It consistsof legumes and fruits. The Shugin-Reuri food was originally brought to Japan by monks who studied in China. As healthy and delicious food at the same time, its popularity is increasing. When you go to visit a temple – in Kyoto for example – to take a sample of Shoujin-Rui, it is advisable to make advance reservations. This dish is an excellent choice for vegetarians and contains vegetables, tofu (vegetable cheese from soy milk) and cereals, and there are specialized restaurants for this kind of dishes can be found in Kyoto.