Landscape of Japan’s Food Culture—Tradition of Eating-out

National Museum of Japanese History

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[Image: Street Vendor Custom (Meiji Era), Private Collection]

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From soba, sushi, tempura, and grilled eel restaurants popular with townspeople in the Edo period, to sweets enjoyed during travel and shrine pilgrimages, “soto-tabe” (eating out) has a long history in Japan. This exhibition focuses on Japan’s culinary culture, reconsidering what it means to eat outside the home.

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from September 15, 2020 to November 29, 2020

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