Lauren Woodley comments

Posted in: 10 little-known rules for eating Japanese food See in context

It's nice to know that you should never rest your chopsticks across the top of your bow. You talk about how this is a breach of etiquette, so it's important that you don't do this! There are little things that you wouldn't think about because it's not a practice dominate in your culture, but that doesn't mean that you shouldn't still respect it. The next time I go to a Japanese restaurant, I'll make sure to use the proper etiquette.

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