- 一般社団法人 日本調理科学会
- 日本調理科学会誌 (ISSN:13411535)
- vol.30, no.4, pp.355-363, 1997-11-20 (Released:2013-04-26)
The food culture of Japan has been influenced by Nanban Trade that started at the late Muromachi era. Many Japanese dishes today bear the word Nanban, Oranda, etc. in their names. In this paper I have investigated the characteristic of the dishes with the naming Nabban and Oranda in the cooking books published in the Edo era.The common food materials to these dishes were eggs, sea breams, oil, chilipepper and Japanese leeks. In addition, meat and fat were specifically used for dishes naming Nanban and chilipepper, Japanese leeks and oil were combined to use was for Oranda. Nanban dishes appeared in the late Muromachi era and through the Edo era. Oranda dishes increased their numbers from 1800 downward.