|List of Illustrations||p. vii|
|Early Modern Japan|
|Honzen Dining: The Poetry of Formal Meals in Late Medieval and Early Modern Japan||p. 19|
|"How to Eat the Ten Thousand Things": Table Manners in the Edo Period||p. 42|
|"Stones for the Belly": Kaiseki Cuisine for Tea during the Early Edo Period||p. 68|
|Meat-eating in the Kojimachi District of Edo||p. 92|
|Wine-drinking Culture in Seventeenth-century Japan: The Role of Dutch Merchants||p. 108|
|The History of Domestic Cookbooks in Modern Japan||p. 129|
|Imperial Cuisines in Taisho Foodways||p. 145|
|Beyond Hunger: Grocery Shopping, Cooking, and Eating in 1940s Japan||p. 166|
|Ramen and U.S. Occupation Policy||p. 186|
|Bento: Boxed Love, Eaten by the Eye||p. 201|
|Mountain Vegetables and the Politics of Local Flavor in Japan||p. 221|
|Reinventing Culinary Heritage in Northern Japan: Slow Food and Traditional Vegetables||p. 243|
|Ramen Connoisseurs: Class, Gender, and the Internet||p. 257|
|Irretrievably in Love with Japanese Cuisine||p. 275|
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