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  1. Urban Garlic says:

    Your link is bad. Corrected link to the Japanese site:

  2. Thanks, Charles!

    I have a caveat to the “post-authentic World” though. When someone/thing claims authenticity – as when, for example, movie-makers claim fidelity to historical truth – then we should be able to question the claim, refute or uphold it as necessary.

  3. C. W. Hayford says:

    Thanks Urban Garlic — another sharp eyed Froggie!

  4. C. W. Hayford says:

    Another strong point, Jonathan. It goes to show how dangerous a word “authentic” is when we use it in so many senses when we really should use a more specific word. I like your “fidelity,” which is preferable to “authentic,” because we can then test it in the way you suggest.

  5. J Chan says:

    Tempura came from the Portuguese, noodles from the Chinese, and as for cooking, the Japanese prefer their food uncooked. After WW2, the first thing the Americans did for the Japanese was to deworm them.

  6. C. W. Hayford says:

    Hmm, not sure of your point J Chan.

    Sushi was not big in Japan until fairly recently, and that’s the only uncooked food I can think of. See Ted Bestor’s book on the Tsukiji fish market. After WWII the Americans did plenty of things in Japan. Do you have a source for saying which of them was the “first thing”

  7. J Chan says:

    Don’t know, as I am not too sure about your point either. For a “post-authentic world” there had to be an “authentic world” in the first place, and presumably a “pre-authentic world” before that. I don’t think you have told us what these are or were.

  8. C. W. Hayford says:

    It seems that you and I agree that “authentic” is too vague to be useful.

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