Do you actually mean the Japanese diet is relatively oily / fried?

2. Table 1: all bullets are about meals, except “Higher mortality from cerebrovascular disease”, which has nothing to do with either food or nutrients. Do you actually mean the Japanese diet is relatively oily / fried?
3. Somewhat contradicting:Table 1, Cons, last bullet point: Higher mortality from cerebrovascular diseaseVsDiscussion, last bullet point: The low mortality rates are attributed to…
Is Japanese mortality “higher” or “low”?
4. Mis-alignment between Results and Conclusion: Results highlight fermented food + green tea + fish, whereas Conclusion emphasises fish + plant.
5. You may want to prepare a bit of info about the health benefits of each of the “core components” that you named, i.e. “fermented food, green tea, and fish”.
and I want to add more details about green tea