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The Sushi economy: globalization and the making of a modern delicacy

Author: Issenberg, Sasha Publisher: Gotham Books 2007.Language: EnglishDescription: 323 p. ; 23 cm.ISBN: 1592402941Type of document: BookBibliography/Index: Includes bibliographical references and index
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Book Asia Campus
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Print HC2000 .F6 I77 2007
(Browse shelf)
Available 900186513
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Includes bibliographical references and index


Contents The Sushi Economy The Sushi Economy Introduction World Gone Raw PART ONE: The Freight Economy One PRINCEEDWARD ISLAND, CANADA The Day o f the Flying Fish The birth of modern sush~ Two TOKYO, JAPAN Tsukiji Shopping at o global market Three NARITA, JAPAN The Hub How N a n t a Airport become japan's top fishing harbor Four TOKYO, JAPAN Fast-Food Metropolis Feeding sushi's hometown PART TWO: The Food Economy Five Los ANGELS, CALIFORNIA Are You Ready for Rice Sandwiches? How sushi become the favorite food of the capitol of the twent~eth century Six PARADISE ISLAND, BAHAMAS New Style How o Japanese-Peruvian Angeleno created o global sushi vernacular Seven AUSTIN, TEXAS Lone Star The education of a sushi shokunin in cowboy country 131 PART THREE: The Fish Economy Eight GLOUCESTER, ~~ASSACHUSETTS Imperfect Storms Weathering boom and bust in the hunt for Boston bluefin Nine PORT LINCOLN,AUSTRALIA Meanwhile, Back a t the Ranch How the tuno cowboys became tuno barons Ten MADRID, SPAIN The Raw and the Crooked On the trail of pirates, launderers, and tuna's black market 225 PART FOUR: The Future Economy Eleven DALIAN, CHINA Port o f Call A japanese mogul plots to take the world's last sushi frontier Epilogue Tomo, JAPAN Raw Deals Acknowledgments Notes Bibliography Index

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