The Beginner’s Guide To Eating Japanese Food: Asian Etiquette You Didn’t Know About

10 November 2016

Are you eating your sushi with your hands or with your chopsticks? Are you unknowingly doing things that are seen as insulting to the chef?

The folks at Swissotel Nankai Osaka put together this handy guide to eating sushi – some practices might even be unfamiliar to the most avid lovers of Japanese food in Singapore. 

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Check out the types of sushi (Do you know the difference between gunkan and maki?), how to best enjoy it, how to respect your sushi and your sushi chef, and more.


By Pinky Chng, November 2016

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