5 Lesser-Known Japanese Dining Rules You MUST KNOW To Fully ENJOY Your Food

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18 February 2020

You consider yourself an aficionado, naturally – but could you be doing it wrong?

Japanese food is hands-down the most popular cuisine in Singapore – apart from our own local fare – and the array of options available is mind-boggling. From high-end omakase restaurants and super fresh sushi bars, to fast food burger joints and street food festivals, Singapore’s got it all covered – and consequently, we consider ourselves reasonably well-versed in the etiquette of Japanese food.

However, eating a lot of Japanese food a lot of the time doesn’t necessarily mean we’re doing it right. Here are some lesser known dos and don’ts when it comes to enjoying Japanese cuisine:

By Pearlyn Quan, January 2020 / Updated February 2020 

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