By the way, the last is "rice".
Kaiseki cuisine is a dish that focuses on sake dishes, so this is served as the final closing. Usually, "rice (meal)", "stop bowl (miso soup)" and "scented food" are served. However, instead of white rice, fried rice (takikomi gohan), chazuke, porridge, and noodles may be served.
When replacing rice, leave a bite of rice in the bowl. This is a habit that comes from the dislike of being cut off.
Enjoy drinking and eating enough, chatting with friends and opening. Leave the food uneaten, try not to mess with it, and express your gratitude to the cook and stand up. Nagai is useless. I'm not impressed with swallowing forever. If I don't have enough, I want to go elsewhere.