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This paper examines how the authenticity of intangible craftsmanship heritage is planned and staged in the cultural museum context. Based on a case study of the Craftsmanship Museum Cluster in Hangzhou, China, this paper discusses and analyses how tourism serves as a catalyst at the museums to...
This study emerged from the author(s)’ experience in conducting a survey with the residents in Ainokura Village at the Toyama Prefecture and the Kawagoe in the Saitama Prefecture, Japan. With the comprehensive legislations bound into the cultural heritage's sophisticated systems, Japan is often...
Based on a critical reading of the history of Ashtanga yoga, participant observation, and interviews with Americans attending the K. Pattabhi Jois Ashtanga Yoga Institute in Mysore, this article explores the notion of authenticity within Ashtanga yoga itself and amongst yoga practitioners...
This paper explores the idea that there is a new form of restaurant that requires definition recognition that it fulfils a significant role in contemporary tourism. The adoption of foraged foods frequently reflects the historical and cultural foundations of place; in this respect, it is possible...
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