A Guide to Japanese Table Manners

Just as there are table manners in France and England, there are also table manners in Japanese cuisine that should be followed when you are visiting Japan. There are so many different types of manners, such as how to hold cutlery and how to behave at a drinking party. Some similarities and differences can be seen between world table manners and Japanese table manners. Let’s take a look at the complicated world of Japanese table manners in this article. 1. Say “itadakimasu“ It is good manners to say “Itadakimasu” before eating your meal in Japan. “Itadakimasu” has two main meanings: one is to express gratitude to the person who prepared […]