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Feeding Japan : The Cultural and Political Issues of Dependency and Risk


Organization of ChaptersBibliographyInventing Japanese Food Identities 'They Should Be Called Gluttons and Be Despised': Food, Body and Ideology in Kaibara Ekiken's Yojokun (1713)Understanding the BodyStaying Healthy: Food Regulations and Eating PracticesPerforming the Ethical BodyConclusionBibliography'Sweets Reimagined': The Construction of Confectionary Identities, 1890-1930Making/ManufacturingSelling-MarketingEating-ConsumingConclusionBibliographyFor Gluttons, Not Housewives: Japan's First Gourmet Magazine, KuidorakuRestaurant Reviews Before Culinary MagazineCulinary Magazine and Murai GensaiRestaurant Reviews in Culinary Magazine'Peculiar Nice Food''Glutton's Meeting' and Cooking ClubsBibliographyGlobal Recognition and Domestic Containment: Culinary Soft Power in JapanCulinary Politics and Nation-BuildingRepresentation of Food in Japan's Culinary PoliticsThe Concept of Authenticity in Japan's Culinary PoliticsShokuiku: The Domestic Reflection of Culinary PoliticsTwo Sides of Globalization: Global Recognition and Domestic ContainmentBibliographyFeeding the Nation: Japanese Food Identities in Times of GlobalizationDeconstructing 'Kokushu': The Promotion of Sake as Japan's National Alcohol Drink in Times of Crisis in the Sake IndustrySake as Japan's National Alcoholic Drink?Sake Samurai: Selling Sake as the Crystallization of Japanese CultureThe Official Decree to Toast with Sake: Local Endeavours to Support the Sake IndustryThe Formation of a New National Government Policy: Changing Sake into KokushuConclusionBibliographyThe Drink of the Nation? Coffee in Japan's Culinary CulturePlacing Coffee on Japan's Culinary MapFrom Exotic to Banal: Coffee in Japan's Collective MemoryThe Banal Ritual: Exploring Coffee's 'Otherness'Global Coffee and the Education for TasteConclusion: Coffee's ComplexitiesBibliographyNationalism and National Identity in Terms of Food and Cuisine in JapanWa and yo, and nihon no pan: The Traversing of Self and OtherThe Introduction of Bread into Japan, Its Historical Trajectory and Implications in Modernizing ProjectsDecline of Rice Consumption and the Ubiquity of Bread in Japan TodayBaking as Big Industry in JapanBaking Networks Across Japan (and Taiwan)ConclusionBibliographyJoining the Global Wine World: Japan's Winemaking IndustryThe Establishment of Japan's WinemakingA 'Unique' Japanese Winemaking from 1950s to 1990sJapan's Winemaking in the 2000sGovernment and Industry Collaboration: The Case of Koshu WineContemporary Consumer Trends, Global Networks and Research InstitutesLooking ForwardConclusionBibliographyJapanese Food Identities Inside-OutJapanese Consumer Awareness on Food SafetyThe Actual Risk of Consuming Chinese Food Products in JapanProtecting Japan's Culinary TraditionPotential Alternative Factors for the Stigmatization of Chinese Food in JapanFrom Food Poisoning to Poisoned Foods in ChinaThe China Threat Thesis and Bilateral RelationsJapan's Food Security Crisis and its Dependence on ChinaSensationalist Media CoverageChina as the ScapegoatConclusionBibliographyDomesticating the Japanese Culinary Field in ShanghaiCulinary Politics and the Japanese Culinary Field in ShanghaiA Short History of Japanese Cuisine in ShanghaiThe Creation of a Japanese Culinary Field in Contemporary ShanghaiThe Diversification of the Japanese Culinary FieldCulinary Theatre for the WeChat GenerationA Domesticated Japanese Culinary Field and Domestic Culinary PoliticsBibliographyIslam in JapanHalal/Haram: The Fundamental Distinctive FeaturesHal;-! Standardization and Actual Situation in JapanCorporeal Hermeneutics of Sacredness and Constructing Identity by Halal ConsciousnessConclusionBibliographyShirokiya: A Place of History, Relations, and IdentityAnalysing Japanese National Identity Abroad: Diaspora, Identity, and FoodThe History of Japanese Immigration to Hawai'iEating Up HomesicknessTalking About PricesJapanese-American FoodEating Japanese, Being JapaneseBibliographyAgricultural Politics of Self-Sufficiency and Dependency Theoretical FrameworkJapan During the First Food Regime (1918-1945)Japan During the Second Food Regime (19471973)Japan During the Third Food Regime (Since 1973)ConclusionBibliographyThe Trans-Pacific Partnership, Import Dependency, and the Future of Food Security in JapanJapan and the TPPThe TPP and the 'Asia Pivot'The Decline of Japanese AgricultureThe Implications of the TPP for JapanThe TPP and Rural JapanFood SecurityConclusionBibliographySubsidized Tradition, Networks, and Power: Hamlet Farming in Japan's Changing Agricultural Support and Protection RegimeHamlet Farming in the Context of Changing Agricultural PoliticsState Support for Rice Farmers - From 'Sacred Ground' to a Contested SphereIncreasing Pressure on Small Rice Farms and Hamlet Farms as 'Ninaite'Hamlet Farming as a Defensive Political InstrumentHamlet Farming and Adaptive Norms and PracticesThe Hamlet in the Course of Time'Adaptive Traditions' as the Informal Foundation of Hamlet-Based FarmingAdaptive Hamlet Norms in the Context of Local Social Networks and Power: The Case of Hikawa TownCollective Farming in Hikawa as a Local Administrative StrategyNorms, Networks, and PowerChanging Hamlet Norms and PracticesConclusionBibliographyPost-Fukushima Food Education and Food SafetyEating School Lunches Together After the Fukushima AccidentSafe School-Lunch MovementsSchool Lunch and NeoliberalizationGender Politics of School LunchesGendered SanctionsDisaster and GastronationalismConclusion: Gender Implications of Food NationalismBibliographyNational Solidarity of Food Insecurity: Food Practice and Nationalism in Post-3/11 JapanDiscourses of Risk and Nationalism in the State Governance SystemPolitical Handling of Food Insecurity in Post-3/11 JapanThe 'Eat and Support' CampaignConclusionBibliographyDiscourse on Food Safety and the Trans-Pacific Partnership (TPP): Perspectives from JapanThe TPP and Food SafetyFood Safety and (Agricultural) TradeDiscourse on Food Safety and the TPP: 2011-2013Discourse on Food Safety and the TPP: October 2015The TPP's SPS ChapterConclusionBibliography
 
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