I can’t find any exact statistics on living as a raw foodie in Japan, but since the price of fresh produce (native to Japan) is relatively inexpensive at local markets, it shouldn’t be exorbitantly expensive (as opposed to, say, somewhere like Egypt, Greenland, or Morocco, to name a few, where produce is consistently more expensive than local grains, dairy, and most kinds of flesh food).
Also, a good tip for shopping in Japan: if you hit the local markets around closing time, a lot of the perishable stuff goes on crazy-awesome sales because shopkeepers there don’t like storing things like produce overnight if they can help it.
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