Every culture has its own set of rules for table manners, and Japan is no different. Some of the rules are simply etiquette for politely sharing a meal with others so that you don’t look like a slob. Much like putting your elbows on the dinner table in Western culture, breaking these rules is considered bad table manners but probably won’t offend anyone too much, so you can get away with them if you’re dining at home by yourself.

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