Academic Articles Based on Nishiogiology 
西荻町学に基づく学術記事

A Tokyo Restaurant Community Faces COVID-19

James Farrer. 2020. “A Tokyo Restaurant Community Faces COVID-19” Etnografia e Ricerca Qualitativa 2020 (2); 245-54. 

Independent restaurants are threatened both by COVID-19 and the social distancing measures necessary to contain the pandemic. In one Tokyo community, restaurant patrons have organized to support local eateries.

James Farrer. 2020. “How are Tokyo’s Independent Restauranteurs Surviving the Pandemic?Asia-Pacific Journal: Japan Focus 2020 (18) 18:13. 

With fewer resources than corporate chains, small independent restaurants are particularly vulnerable to an extended economic downturn. This paper looks at how independent restaurant owners in Tokyo have coped with the pandemic both individually and as members of larger communities. 

Grimy Heritage: Organic Bar Streets in Shanghai and Tokyo

James Farrer. 2019. “Grimy Heritage: Organic Bar Streets in Shanghai and Tokyo”  Built Heritage Vol. 3, Issue 3, pp. pp. 73-85.

A comparative study of Shanghai and Tokyo emphasizing the importance of preserving vernacular drinking streets and the challenges of doing so. 

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