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The main reason why MSG is more commonly used in Japanese meals is  tradition. For many thousands of years the Japanese have  incorporated a type of  seaweed known as Kombu in their cooking, as they discovered it had the ability to make food taste better. But it wasn’t until 1908 that the  ingredient in Kombu which was responsible for the  improvement in flavor was actually discovered to be glutamate by scientists working there.