Japanese Table Manners

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Japanese table manners
Japanese etiquette is to try to figure out someone else's mind all his life. It can be imagined, the Japanese table manners, that is, a guess mind games, we maintain a polite, but ignored each other have high hopes, I really do not really, but is secondary. It sounds really enough it was great! Do you think the Japanese polite and thoughtful world-class reputation, is a casual white-earned do?

Sanwuzhiji in Hong Kong and the Japanese restaurant for dinner, of course, does not matter; once with the Japanese on the high-level restaurant, or go to Japan, a local meal, the following etiquette, it is best to know.

The first tactic: Elderly guests advanced
A group of people come to restaurants, which one should come first, which one first, take a seat? Is usually the oldest. If there is a middle-aged virgin females will think it is one bogey collapse I collapse I bowl? If guests, you are in by the guests first, nothing to do with age. Once the host to invite you first, you are happy not only to obey, but also gently bowed, expressed his thanks.

The second tactic: The "thank you" for the beginning of the end People do not blame ceremony, ceremony, people think you're a small but strange. Prior to a real meal, say kind words, even if not very practical, but will not offensive. Before starting chopsticks, we can say "Itadaki-masa" (sound: easy to him that he key - Marsh), expressed their gratitude hospitality, although the chef can not hear your appreciation of their bills are paid, but not critical; eaten dinner , say "Gochisou-sama" (sound: Costa Rica's Zoysa mother), indicating very good to eat, thank you, really it really delicious, not very important. Read the Japanese TV drama's friends, found that all of the actors and actresses, once the food into the mouth, they will face up to, or narrowing his eyes, high spirits saying "oishii" (sound: Whine Shi), which is really used to the dinner table etiquette, how the food tastes is...
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