The Japanese dining experience combines exquisite culinary dishes with cultural traditions in presentation and custom. When at a Japanese restaurant, patrons should observe certain rules of etiquette.
As you’ll learn in this video, should you order the miso soup, drink it from the bowl and not with a spoon. Also, never pass food to another dining guest with your chopsticks. Furthermore, be sure to eat your sushi roll pieces in one bite. The flavors and textures of each roll are combined to compliment each other and should be tasted together. To learn more about the etiquette involved when dining at a Japanese restaurant, watch the complete video clip. By keeping in mind these tips, not only will you have a more pleasurable meal the next time you’re at a Japanese restaurant, but also you will avoid any unintentional acts of improper dining decorum.
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