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I want to be careful about using chopsticks as a way of eating

The manner of chopsticks is very important. Those who don't have chopsticks properly or who have bad manners of chopsticks are so worried that they don't want to eat together. We aim for "adult play" and want to hold chopsticks correctly as the minimum etiquette. I also want to learn the basic etiquette of using chopsticks.

To eat beautifully, there is the word "Kuisaki Ichijo". Be careful not to stain the tip of the chopsticks beyond the range of about 3 cm.

I want to be careful about "dislike chopsticks".
It seems difficult to remember a lot of numbers, but basically it is a very natural manner, so if you try not to do "bad manners", it does not correspond to this. There may be some actions that you didn't know or did unconsciously, but if you think about it the other way around, you should be careful only about those actions.

"Grip chopsticks" An
action in which two chopsticks are grabbed and used for meals. You have to manipulate your fingers and move your chopsticks in your own way, but since it is a childish usage that is often seen in infants who are not familiar with chopsticks, it is not accepted by others as an adult's behavior. It may also refer to the act of holding chopsticks with the hand holding the tableware.
"Horizontal chopsticks" An act of arranging two chopsticks and scooping up food like a spoon. The act of licking chopsticks.
"Tearing chopsticks" The act of holding one chopstick in each hand and tearing the dish like a knife and fork.
"Sashimi chopsticks" The act of sticking chopsticks into a dish and eating it. It looks bad.

"Seseri chopsticks" The act of poking food with chopsticks.

"Repellent chopsticks" An act of using chopsticks to remove things you don't like.


"Buddha chopsticks" An act of sticking chopsticks into rice. How to dedicate to the dead.
"Matching chopsticks" The act of passing food from chopsticks to chopsticks. When picking up the ashes after cremation, pass the ashes from chopsticks to the chopsticks and put them in the urn later.

"Difference chopsticks" A pair of chopsticks of different types and materials. Use a pair of different chopsticks to pick up the ashes after cremation.

"Worship chopsticks" An act of holding chopsticks with both hands and worshiping.


"Straight chopsticks" When cooking with multiple people, you can use your own chopsticks instead of using chopsticks. It doesn't matter whether you are yourself or not, so it is applicable not only to set aside for yourself, but also to set aside for others. However, when you want your customers to eat a lot of dishes without hesitation, you may dare to recommend "with straight chopsticks".

"Upside-down chopsticks" An act of turning chopsticks upside down when separating dishes that are eaten by multiple people. I see people doing this well, but be careful because it is unsightly and unsanitary. It is considered a violation of etiquette because the upper part of the chopsticks becomes dirty and looks unattractive, in addition to grasping the food at the place where you touch it. In this case, use chopsticks.


"Holding chopsticks" The act of holding other tableware at the same time with the hand holding the chopsticks.
"Receiving chopsticks" An act of refilling while holding chopsticks.
"Chopsticks" An act of using chopsticks to draw distant tableware to your hand.

"Pointing chopsticks" An action that points to people or things with chopsticks.

"Chopsticks" A work to remove rice grains attached to chopsticks with your mouth.
"Licking chopsticks" The act of licking chopsticks.
"Holding chopsticks" The act of holding chopsticks .
"Chewing chopsticks" The act of chewing chopsticks.

"Sky chopsticks" An act of pulling chopsticks instead of carrying them to the mouth even though the chopsticks were stretched out for cooking to eat. It is a rude behavior to the food provider.
"Missing chopsticks" The act of moving chopsticks on top of a dish, wondering which dish to eat. Also known as "Madoibashi" or "Namaji chopsticks".
"Migration chopsticks" Eat side dishes again with chopsticks (without eating rice in between). It doesn't seem to be considered a disliked chopstick now. In addition, it also refers to the act of moving to another item without eating the item, even though the chopsticks have been attached once.

"Layered chopsticks" Among other things, the act of continuing to eat only one dish.
"Exploring chopsticks" The act of stirring chopsticks in a bowl to find out if there are any ingredients left on the bottom of the soup bowl.

"Tears chopsticks" When you eat a dish that is easy to drip, you carry it to your mouth while dripping the juice from the chopsticks you took.
"Toothpick chopsticks" An act of using chopsticks instead of toothpicks to pick up food caught between teeth.
"Washing chopsticks" The act of washing chopsticks with soup.
"Scraping chopsticks" The act of putting a mouth on the tableware and scraping food with chopsticks, and the act of scratching the head with chopsticks.

"Chopsticks" A large amount of food is stuffed into the mouth using chopsticks.
"Handing chopsticks" Chopsticks The act of hanging chopsticks sideways on a bowl when resting.
"Aligned chopsticks" The act of sticking chopsticks against tableware and aligning them.
"Tapping chopsticks" The act of hitting tableware with chopsticks to make a noise.
"Drop chopsticks" The act of dropping chopsticks on the floor during meals

"Swing-up chopsticks" The act of swinging chopsticks higher than the back of the hand.

"Watermark chopsticks" After eating the upper side of the fish with bones, the action of poking the back side through the bones and eating.

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