Non-ownership Perishability Perhaps of all the suggested special characteristics of service products or classification of services, this is one of the most difficult to appreciate.
Interpreting, problematizing, analyzing, and connecting everything that I have learned in all of my Literature classes to things that interest me — like anime. I have never been to Japan, but I have always felt this connection. As cheesy as it may sound, keep in mind that we, Filipinos, have been ranked as the top two lovers of anime on the planet!
The first time I learned about Kimi no Na wa was when I rode a bus and this guy beside me was watching the said film. He was on the part when Taki and Mitsuha met for the first time in Itomori; the scene just before the twilight. I think this was two years ago when the movie was just released.
One thing is for sure! All throughout the movie, I had to constantly refer to my notes taken up in my Asian Literature Class. Everything that happened in the film had underlying assumptions related to Japanese conventions and their whole idea of aesthetics.
I wanted this analysis to be a bit academical on the one hand, but not too dull, on the other. Magical Realism This movie has magical realism all over it. In this movie, we get to see both. It was almost Murakami —esque which was quite impressive because that would only support my next claims on Japanese aesthetic principles.
Japanese Aesthetic Principles The Japanese aesthetic principles are the standard beauty for the Japanese people. This is applicable in everything they do — literature, art, and many more. These principles are ambiguity, simplicity, and perishability. Japanese love open-ended movies.
If you find yourself not liking the ending of the movie, you are not appreciating Japanese films and animes as a whole. For the Japanese, as compared to the Westerners no racial comments intendedmulti-meaning is beauty! The way I see it is that the movie was simple. The Japanese culture is also centered on their youth because of this notion of perishability.
They value the time they have on earth and what better way to explain this concept than through this movie. The last thing I want to leave you with is that Japanese literature and art does not really focus on the plot.
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spoiled food that must be discarded.
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In the hospitality industry the concept of perishability means a. spoil food that must be discarded b. an unsold airline seat, hotel room or empty restaurant table.