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Senri Ethnological Studies (SES)

Senri Ethnological Studies presents individual works, article collections, and annotated bibliographies regarding specific peoples, regions, or themes, with the goal of publicizing in Japan and overseas the results of research conducted by the Museum. An occasional publication.
No. 100 The Spread of Food Cultures in Asia

[Latest Edition]March 12, 2019 Publication
Edited by Kazunobu IKEYA

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CONTENTS

PREFACE
Introduction
 ………………Kazunobu IKEYA
PART 1 Historical Approaches of Food Cultures
1 The History of Food Culture Exchange for Long-term Periods:
 Japan as an Example
 ………………Naomichi ISHIGE
2 An Experience of Otherness: Conceptions of Chinese and European
 Diplomats about Foreign Food Practices (18th-19th Century)
 ………………Françoise SABBAN
3 Comparison of Overseas Influence within Historical Formation
 of Mass Green Turtle Consumption in Mosquito Coast,
 Nicaragua and Bali, Indonesia
 ………………Hitoshi TAKAGI
4 Food Cultures in the World Represented by a Museum Exhibition
 ………………Kazunobu IKEYA
PART 2 Chinese Food Culture in Transition
5 Spread of Chinese Food Culture along the Southern Silk Road
 in the Pre-Qin Period, Han, and Jin Dynasties
 ………………Qian ZHANG
6 American Crops into China: Discourse on Influences of Corn,
 Sweet Potato, and Potato
 ………………Nan ZHENG
7 How Do Michael Boym, Martino Martini, and Athanasius Kircher
 Understand Chinese Food Culture?
 ………………Hongcheng ZHOU and Jian ZHENG
PART 3 Influence of European Food Culture in East Asia and the World
8 German Influence on Japanese Food Culture
 ………………Naoto MINAMI
9 Diffusion and the Adaptation of Western-style Food in Korea
 from the Era of Japanese Occupation
 ………………Fumiki HAYASHI
10 Western Cuisine Culture in Contemporary China:
  A Case Study on Haute French Cuisine in High-class Hotels and
  Restaurants in Urban Tianjin
 ………………Zhengyu LIU
11 The Italian Way of Eating Round the World: Italian-sounding,
  Counterfeit, and Original Products
 ………………Stefano MAGAGNOLI
PART 4 Food Culture, Identity, and Landscapes in Asia
12 Branding Malaysia as Truly Asia through Gastronomic Representation
 ………………Hanafi HUSSIN
13 From European Vineyards to Asian Rice Terraces: Food Cultural
  Landscapes and the Valorization of Living Gastronomical Heritage
 ………………Raymond Aquino MACAPAGAL
14 Utilization of Wild Plants as Food and Commodity in Japan
 ………………Kazunobu IKEYA
Index
List of Contributors
 

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