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    The Do's And Don'ts Of Eating Sushi

    There's a fine etiquette to sushi, and you'd do well to master it.

    DO: Pick up sushi with your chopsticks (hashi).

    DON'T: Skewer your sushi with chopsticks.

    DO: Pick up your sushi with your fingers.

    If you don't know how to use chopsticks, you can learn!

    DO: Place your chopsticks on a ceramic rest.

    DON'T: Rub your chopsticks together to remove splinters.

    DO: Use the back ends of your chopsticks when taking food from a shared plate.

    DON'T: Point either end of your chopsticks at another person.

    DO: Dip the fish side of the sushi into soy sauce.

    DON'T: Dip the rice side.

    DO: Use wasabi sparingly, for similar reasons.

    DON'T: Make a soup out of wasabi and soy sauce.

    DO: Eat sushi in one bite.

    DON'T: Put ginger on sushi before eating it.

    DO: Preserve the beauty of the sushi.

    Keep that in mind and your sushi experience will be the best experience.

    Just like this cat's.