Transforming Taboos: Challenging Hegemonic Prohibitions in Japan’s Past and Present

Marta E. Szczygieł, Maura Stephens-Chu



Taboos – customary prohibitions against certain actions, places, or objects – exist in all cultures. The term was introduced to English in the late eighteenth century, after British explorer James Cook visited Tonga in 1777.

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