Not all dining experiences are equal, and therefore, it is important to know how to carry on in different dining venues. For example, most Japanese restaurants only serve chopsticks. It is polite and respectful to learn how to use chopsticks correctly. Plus, it is simply fun to use this alternative utensil to eat sushi rolls and other traditional Japanese dishes.
This video will show you how to correctly use chopsticks in public. If you learn these manners from the video, then you will be better received in Japanese restaurants around the world.
At Kabuki Restaurants, you can eat quality sushi with your newly acquired chopstick manners. Our restaurants’ happy hour specials for sushi and sake are unbeatable. Call ahead to ask about our happy hour specials at our 14 different locations.