Searchina-Gate Update/ サチーナの意味が漏れる翻訳の状態の更新

日本語でも英語でも書きました。日本語が母国語ではないので、文法等を間違たっら、許していただきます。 Can I just get back to writing about fandom cakes again? サチーナの事に対して大変疲れて、ファンの友人のためのケーキについて書きたいです。さあ、始めます。 Searchina has changed the final line of their translation. Good thing I took screenshots for documentation! 今日の夜にサチーナの翻訳が更新されそうで、特に最後の文章を改造してみたそうです。ラッキなことに、記録するようにスクリーンショットを取っておきました。

Searchina Strikes Again: “Observations about Japanese Bento” Translation Butchers Actual Conclusion

日本語での反省はこちらです。 UPDATE (3/26)(日本語でも書いた更新) Oh, Searchina. About a year ago, one of my articles got picked up by their “American blog” series and translated into Japanese. I was particularly annoyed, as I wrote, because the translators assumed I was a male tourist and wrote about how “moved” I was by Japanese food. (I’m not the only…

A Bento is Not As Big As the World

(サチーナの翻訳が更新された?!)UPDATE on the Searchina Translation (3/26) This is a companion piece to “‘Deeply Ingrained Advantages’: American Media Discovers Kyûshoku.” At the same time as Japan’s school lunch programs got picked up by the media, there was a burst of articles about Japan’s other distinctive lunch: the bento. Bento and the Cult of Cute In the…

“Deeply Ingrained Advantages”: American Media Discovers Kyûshoku

Can Japan solve America’s food identity crisis? Japan’s relatively low rates of obesity have caught the eye of the American news media, particularly in light of our own new government controls on junk food and measures intended to prevent childhood obesity. In January, The Washington Post ran the article “On Japan’s school lunch menu: A…

Earth Café (Veg* Out in Kanazawa Series)

Earth Café (アースカフェ) Location: Kanazawa City, Ishikawa pref. Type: Café, Lunch Veg Status: Completely vegan Languages: Japanese, English (bilingual menus and staff) To put it simply, Earth Café gets vegan food right. Despite enjoying cooking vegan food at home, I am often wary of it in restaurants. Just because it’s vegan doesn’t mean it’s healthy–…

Korinky Squash Chijimi

When I mentioned eating all that squash, you didn’t think I’d leave you hanging, did you? Korinky (konrinkî, コリンキー) is a strange little squash. I bought it without recognizing the name, since many orange squashes are more or less interchangeable, and to my horror, I found no information on it in English other than this…