Low Carb Japanese Convenience Store Food – Konbini Options in Japan for low carb high fat meals from Lawson, Family Mart and 7-11.
On virtually every street in Japan you will find at least one convenience store. Whether it’s a 7-11, Family Mart, Lawsons or another Konbini, you’ll find tons of budget friendly, low carb options for meals and snacks.
In the video below I walk you through a 7-11 store and share some of my favourite finds with you.
In summary, here are my go to Low Carb Japanese Convenience Store Food finds while I was travelling through Japan:
- Salads – chicken salad, tuna salad or a salad full of greens forms an easy meal base which you can enjoy as is or mix through some other nourishing ingredients.
- Eggs – you’ll find ready cooked hard boiled and even soft boiled eggs which make an excellent and convenient protein source.
- Fruit & Vegetables – I found strawberries, cherry tomatoes and even prepared veggie sticks were an easy snack on the go.
- Packaged Meats – from a huge variety of salamis and smoked meats to packaged and poached chicken breasts.
- Egg Mayo – this was one of my absolute favourites and I bought a pouch at least every other day, sometimes adding it to a salad and sometimes just eating it straight from the pouch!
- Dairy – a delicious array of cheese and other dairy awaits you – depending on how strictly low carb you plan to follow while in Japan.
- Nuts – bags of nuts and seeds make an easy low carb snack while you are out and about sightseeing.
- Protein Shake – I even found a couple of ready made protein shake options which I enjoyed on a couple of occasions during my Japan visit.
Low Carb Japanese Convenience Store Food Video
As you can tell, there’s really an extensive range of low carb friendly options at Japanese Convenience Stores that you’ll be spoilt for choice and enjoy a delicious variety of meals and snacks through your trip.
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