In this lecture, Dr. Rossella Ceccarini will give an overview of the history and state of pizza in Japan. She will show the development of Pizza in Japan, primarily in Tokyo, in four time periods (1950s-1960s, 1970s-1980s, 1990s - 200s, and today) For every period, she will outline the stories of key actors involved in the making of Italian cuisine and pizza into Japanese favorites.
Dr. Ceccarini has a background in sociology and has recently completed the PhD Program in Global Studies at Sophia University in Tokyo. She is currently working on a book based on her PhD dissertation, describing the spread of pizza in Japan and the two-way flow of pizza chefs moving between Italy and Japan.
Director of External Relations
Lakleand College Japan
Tel 03-3225-0425 Visit the website at http://www.lcjapan.com/lectures
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