Eating should be situated in the center of politics more.

Tatsushi Fujiwara



A society that places a burden on nature, the resulting environmental destruction, the distorted structure of the redistribution of tax revenue, and problems of poverty and leftovers. Although eating is at "a front line" of them and is also "the end of humanity", it wanes now, says the agricultural historian. So it also becomes a perspective about social change. From a talk with Susumu Tokunaga, a doctor who works on hospice care, "When Words Disentwine" ("Tomorrow's Friend" Spring Issue). 


"April 30  2019

from “Oriori no Kotoba” by Kiyokazu Washida, The Asahi Shimbun"