Do you know the Kyoto breakfast bubuzuke ? Also known as ochazuke or just chazuke. The meal is rice with hot tea poured over and often eaten with pickles. This staple food reflects Kyoto life from over a 1000 years to the Heian period. In Kyoto merchant houses this meal was eaten when the left over rice from the day before had gone slightly hard and cold. So as not to waste a single grain it was eaten for breakfast. A word for breakfast in Japanese is asagohan or morning rice. You can make ochazuke and try out using different tea.
Eat a steaming bowl of brown rice with a roasted hojicha or genmaicha.
Or why not try a summer ochazuke with chilled sencha or Gyokuro. Eaten with cucumber,myoga and a sprinkle of Yuzu pepper.
A one bowl meal makes a filling Japanese equivalent to fast food. Eat with myoga,umeboshi,shibazuke ( pickled eggplant with shiso and ginger) or maybe try making my sweet and spicy daikon pickle (daikon tsukemono ).