23 November, 2006

traditional vegetables

Recently, I got a book.


Kansai University Research Center for Naniwa-Osaka Cultural Heritage Studies 2006.

Naniwa yasai* v.s. Kyo yasai: revived Naniwa or traditional Kyo.
Occasional Paper No.3 NOCHS Lecture Series,

Kansai University Research Center for Naniwa-Osaka Cultural Heritage Studies.


This reconstructs a lecture conducted at Kansai University Library Hall on January 14, 2006. It was published on October 27.

Usually, "cultural heritage" or "traditional technique" is associated with architectures, antiques and craftworks. However, agriculture is an important heritage taken over from past people.

Many activities, such as saving Japanese traditional farming (e.g. vegetables) and promotion of those techniques, can develop interests and passions to living areas, and succeed "cultural heritages" in the future.

I think "cultural heritage" is related with archaeology. I was very sorry for missing this lecture.

This lecture note shows situations on the day by high realistic spoken words. Unfortunately, this distributes to only researchers, and we cannot get it easily.

*yasai: vegetable in Japanese

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