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Located only blocks from Tokyo's glittering Ginza, Tsukiji--the world's largest marketplace for seafood--is a prominent landmark, well known but little understood by most Tokyoites: a supplier for countless fishmongers and sushi chefs, and a popular and fascinating destination for foreign tourists. Early every morning, the worlds of hi-tech and pre-tech trade noisily converge as tens of thousands of tons of seafood from every ocean of the world quickly change hands in Tsukiji's auctions and in the marketplace's hundreds of tiny stalls. In this absorbing firsthand study, Theodore C. Bestor--who has spent a dozen years doing fieldwork at fish markets and fishing ports in Japan, North America, Korea, and Europe--explains the complex social institutions that organize Tsukiji's auctions and the supply lines leading to and from them and illuminates trends of Japan's economic growth, changes in distribution and consumption, and the increasing globalization of the seafood trade. As he brings to life the sights and sounds of the marketplace, he reveals Tsukiji's rich internal culture, its place in Japanese cuisine, and the mercantile traditions that have shaped the marketplace since the early seventeenth century.

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Theodore C. Bestor is Professor of Anthropology and Japanese Studies at Harvard University and past President of the American Anthropological Association's East Asian Studies Section and the Society for Urban Anthropology. His publications include Neighborhood Tokyo (1989), Doing Fieldwork in Japan (coeditor, 2003), and "How Sushi Went Global" in Foreign Policy (2000).


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  • 出版社: University of California Press (2003/10)
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私の知る限りでは「築地市場」に関する最も総合的な本である。築地市場に赴くと驚くほど外国人観光客が多いが、これは観光客向けに操作されていない「本物」の日本の一面を簡単に垣間見ることができるからではないか。
アメリカを代表する日本文化人類学者で、ハーバード大学で教鞭を執るセオドア・ベスター教授はそんな築地に魅せられて15年間にもわたり研究をし、その結果が本著である。場内の中卸業者の文化はもとより、江戸時代日本橋に始まった築地の前進市場、経済的分析、運営、更に日本食文化の人類学まで、様々な観点より築地を描いている。巻末に専門用語辞典、築地市場観光ガイドまで含まれているのもありがたい。
もともと東京下町文化の造詣が深いベスター教授は、本著で海外における今日の日本文化への理解を推進すると共に、本著を手にする我々日本人が忘れがちな自らの文化への客観的分析を提供している。ベスター教授は典型的な日本人論に陥るどころか、逆にステレオタイプを打破しようという言う姿勢で取り組んでおり、評価に値する。
著者もあらかじめ断っているが、色々な読み手を想定して書かれていることから時には専門的過ぎる点、重複する点があることは確かだ。しかし、これは読み手1人1人によって異なるものである。適宜調整すれば、総合的に大変優れた研究であることは間違いない。
個人的には日本食文化の分析
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5つ星のうち 5.0 Amazing read for Japanese studies 2015/6/6
投稿者 EdM. - (Amazon.com)
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The tale of the Tsukiji fish market is fully described in this book. From it's history to the economic place in the food industry to the everyday transactions this is the book to show all that. Fifteen years of research went into the book (published 2004) and if Prof. Bestor ever writes a follow up then he already has one buyer ready. Plenty of previous five star reviews that covers the positives of the book. Excellent addition to Asian studies library.
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5つ星のうち 5.0 An essential reference for for food lovers going to Tokyo 2004/10/22
投稿者 RJF in Illinois - (Amazon.com)
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I am not an anthropologist or a foodie who is steeped in the industry. But I did go to Tokyo for 4 days with some friends to find excellent sushi. Having seen Tsukiji in a couple of television specials and worked in a much smaller market in the past I thought it would be interesting to see the real thing. Perhaps I should blame Dr. Bestor for the fact that I ended up spending two half-days engrossed in Tsukiji market but once I read the book and got over the initial shock of the place I felt like I had an inside edge and couldn't pull myself away. The book does an excellent job of balancing personal insights and experiences with objective accounts of the market's history and statistics and provides a behind the scenes understanding of supply and distribution activity as well as the multigenerational, family-run stalls. It's one thing to see the tuna auctions; it's another to have an understanding of how the fish got there, who buys them, how they are sold to the supply and distribution chains, the role of the vendors, the history of the building and other details that give it depth. In the end, after four days of tramping around Tokyo to sample great sushi and other foods, we agreed that the best sushi we had was at a tiny restaurant in the outer market. And my visits to Tsukiji - which is sadly be being replaced by a more modern facility that can better meet the needs of a city that has grown since the facility was built - were the most fascinating part of my visit thanks largely to Dr. Bestor's book.
5つ星のうち 4.0 Four Stars 2017/1/16
投稿者 A. Terrazas - (Amazon.com)
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Must read for travelers to Japan.
5つ星のうち 5.0 Excelent 2014/1/3
投稿者 Ma Carmen Pedroza - (Amazon.com)
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I think this book is an excellent expression of Japanese gastronomic, social and economic culture.

And from the anthropological point of view is great from a theoretical and practical perspective.
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5つ星のうち 5.0 One of Japan's great cultural contributions to the world 2004/6/30
投稿者 Vincent Poirier - (Amazon.com)
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Tsukiji, Tokyo's huge world-famous fish market, is a major attraction for foreign tourists to Japan, which is odd since there's not much for a tourist to look at or to buy. (Would you take home a kilo of fresh tuna?) There aren't any guided tours either. Yet the market is described as a must-see in most tourist books, and this in a city that has next to nothing in terms of tourist attractions. But perhaps this makes sense; Tokyo is a place where one can be and do rather than look and marvel, and the Tsukiji market is exactly that.

Tsukiji is almost nothing to look at but walk in and its people have things to do and places to go. The marketplace's grimy aging rows of cramped wet stalls house a teeming population of busy auctioneers, stevedores, and customers. Theodore Bestor's book brings it all to life and goes further by analysing in depth several aspects of the market.

After justifying Tsukiji (chapter 1) as a fit study for an anthropologist to pursue, Bestor gives us a thorough description of the key aspects of the Tsukiji marketplace: Tsukiji's neighbourhood, its (in the 1930s) avant-guarde form-follows-function layout (chapter 2); it's history (chapter 3); the importance of food culture in Japan and Tsukiji's lead-and-follow role in it (chapter 4); an economic analysis the value Tsukiji adds to the production chain (chapter 5); a true anthropological study of Tsukiji's society (chapter 6); a description of the mechanics of Tsukiji's auctions (chapter 7). At the end (chapter 8) Bestor peers a little into the future and reflects on Tokyo's changing landscape and the effects and likelihood of moving Tsukiji to a new location.

I originally intended to give Tsukiji only four stars because of a few drawbacks, but decided that this would have been churlish given how much I loved it. But here are a few warnings. Chapter 1 for instance is really meant for anthropologists who might question the study as legitimate anthropology; this chapter could have been shortened and included as a preface instead. Also, some of the material will confuse people who have never traveled to Japan. For instance while Bestor does point out that Japanese households buy their food daily, he doesn't dramatize it much. A section on how a typical Tokyo family spends a typical weekday from dawn to dusk, with a description of the children's lunch box, the husband's favourite eatery, and the wife's shopping would have helped the chapter on food culture.

But these are quibbles. Readers who live or visit Japan will love this book, readers who don't will need to work a little harder at visualizing some of it. And it is rewarding. "Tsukiji: The Fish Market at the Center of the World" is a tightly focused study of one particular aspect of Japan; it will give readers a more intimate look than would a more general book on all of Japan.

All in all, highly recommended!
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