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100 yen breakfast campaign for Spring 2019 to start on May 6
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100 yen breakfast campaign for Spring 2019 to start on May 6

Fri, Apr 26, 2019
100 yen breakfast campaign for Spring 2019 to start on May 6
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The university will be launching the 100 yen breakfast campaign starting May 6 after the Golden Week holidays. With the support of the Alumni Association, Waseda started the campaign in 2016 with the aim of promoting healthier lifestyle by encouraging students to consume breakfast. Students should take note that dates and times of the 100 yen breakfast campaign differ depending on location. For more information, click on the poster or see below.

 

Week 1: Curry or Fried Salted Mackerel

 

Week 2:Cheesy Chicken Cutlets or Simmered Miso Mackerel

 

Important information about 100 yen breakfast campaign

Waseda campus

Date: May 20 – 31 (excluding weekends)

Time: 8:00 – 8:45

Location: Okuma Garden House

Tokorozawa campus

Date: May 6 – 17 (excluding weekends)

Time: 8:30 – 9:15

Location: Tokorozawa Co-op Cafeteria

Toyama campus

Date: May 6 – 17 (excluding weekends)

Time: 8:00 – 8:45

Location: Toyama Cafeteria

Nishi-waseda campus

Date: May 20 – 31 (excluding weekends)

Time: 8:00 – 8:45

Location: Riko Cafeteria

  1. The campaign is only applicable to full-time Waseda undergraduate and graduate students.
  2. Students will be required to present their student card to prove that they are a student of Waseda.
  3. Free furikake will be given to students who present their Waseda University Card (Students).
  4. Students can ask for more or less rice with no additional charge.
  5. Menu may be subject to change without prior notice.

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