Almost every country has their own customs when it comes to eating and drinking and dining etiquette changes wherever you are in the world.
This infographic from Gourmet Societytakes a closer look at some of the important dining rules you should know if you want to eat like a local in Japan.
From saying ‘itadakimasu’ before you eat as a way of gratefully receiving food, to the nice gesture of never topping up your own drink only the drinks of those sitting around you - this will have you sat at ease with a table full of Japanese.
There’s also some tips on how to eat sushi and some important rules to understand when you’re taking food from a shared plate.
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