Study on Korean Ancient Diet by the Sacrificial Offerings of Japanese Temple

일본(日本) 법륭사(法隆寺) 성덕태자제사(聖德太子祭祀) 공물(供物)을 통한 한국고대식(韓國古代食) 추정연구(推定硏究)

  • Kim, Chon-Ho (Department of Food and Nutrition Hanyang Women's College)
  • 김천호 (한양여자전문대학 식품영양과)
  • Published : 1991.06.30

Abstract

In the 7th century, Prince Shoudoku built the Horyu temple at Nara, when Buddhist culture in Japan had highly prospered after Buddhism were transmitted to Japan from Korea. At the same time, the three ancient country of Silla, Koguryo, and Baekjae had generally effected on Japanese culture and life as well as Buddhist events, religious services and sacrificial offerings in form. And even now there are kept above one thousand of tablewares which was used at the age and was made of wood and alloy manufactures from Han peninsular in Seisoin at Nara. Through these historical backgrounds, it could be presumed that the religious services and the sacrificial offerings for Prince Shodoku for above 1300 years help us to study and estimate the ancient dietary culture of Korean and Japanese. There are several points of similarities which are remained and maintained in Han Peninsular. 1. They used high filling method of the secrificial offerings and high receptacles in the religious service. 2. The cakes were mainly made of nonglutinous rice tharr glutinous rice 3. They decorated the pheonix instead of flowers and the other kinds of birds in Korea. 4. Kakiage of fried confectionary was founded in many kinds of them at present.

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