The Japanese Tradition of Sushi Eating

While you’re in Japan watching fatties bump bellies, be sure to stop at a “sushi-ya” and eat some hand-rolled heaven. Don’t know all the tricks to eating sushi? Check out this excellent, informative, and completely serious clip about how to eat it the right way! Among the important topics covered in the video are:

  • How to pass though a “noren.”
  • How to request a table for one person.
  • The difference between “ohtoro,” “chuutoro,” and plain-old “toro.”
  • And when you must say “maa maa maa maa.”

Now you know. You’ll look just a local.

[Via Pink Tentacle]