Traditional Japanese Lunch and Breakfast

My mom (who lives in New Jersey, along with me.) is not exactly a Asian food lover, but I'm out to change that. Since we live down here in like the most non-Asian, part of the East Coast, there's not much to like. My aunt who I visit often lives in NYC so I often go to my Nippon-o-phile side and go all-out Japanese. So I was hoping you could help me compile a grocery list of what i need for a traditional Japanese Breakfast. i.e- miso soup, pickled something-or-others, etc... Thanks!!!