With cutting-edge research and explorations of the theoretical and methodological underpinnings of food studies, Gastronomica is your go-to resource for understanding the social, cultural, and historical dimensions of food.
The leading European journal in the multidisciplinary field of Japanese Studies, publishes original research in subject areas ranging from archaeology, language, literature, philosophy and culture to history, economics, politics, international relations and law.
The Journal of Ethnic Foods provides comprehensive coverage about people’s consumption of food and aims to illuminate the benefits of traditional understanding and knowledge of foods developed over a long time.
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The special dishes that once graced the tables of royalty are still found throughout Asia today. [...] The aesthetics of the cuisine in the Kingdom of the Ryukyu Islands (today part of Japan) and the imperial repasts of China are also visited.