#2459

How to dip soy sauce ?

To separate sushi rice and fish is a violation.
Pick up one side of sushi with your thumb,
forefinger and middle finger, dip the other side slightly into soy sauce.

http://www.japaneserestaurants.co.nz/more/best-way-to-eat-sushi/

Do not dissolve Wasabi into soy sauce when you eat Sashimi, it is impolite behavior in manner.

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