How to Eat a Typical Japanese Meal at Home | Innovative Japanese Culture

How to Eat a Typical Japanese Meal at Home | Innovative Japanese Culture

November 2, 2019 29 By William Morgan


imagine you be eating dinner at your Japanese friends home how can you use flight table manners konnichiwa mrs. Lisa here anyone can learn how to flight the inter mu in Japan in this lesson you learn how then is sitting at the dining table with Tai Chi and his mother let’s watch sad although Tabata yaki Misaki mas mr. szidon OSE des yogurt tada venca poor Hans Abajo Mata Tibetan a ah hi now the lesson focus here’s how to plight thee eat a meal in Japan a typical Japanese meal at home consists of rice miso soup a main dish and side dishes it is typically laid out with a rice bowl placed by your left hand and the soup bowl placed by your right hand there’s a Japanese word for a set of rice miso soup and three dishes each Jeju sound site traditionally it’s said that this kind of set is a well-balanced meal do you know what order you should eat these things in the traditionally polite way of eating is not to keep eating one thing until you finish it instead you should try to move from dish to dish only eating one bite of each before alternating the goal is to generally eat everything at the same pace many people don’t know that it’s good manners to hold the bowl when you eat rice or miso soup put your thumb on the edge of a bowl and use the other fingers under the bottom to hold it leaving the bowl on the table and hunching over when you eat rice is not good manners in Japan also you shouldn’t put your mouth on the bowl and shovel rice into your mouth however when you have miso soup you can put your mouth on the bowl and sip soup directly without using a spoon like this quick listen watch the full version at japanesepod101.com to understand the whole dialogue why are you all there learn all about Japanese culture with our audio lessons and the culture word-lists sign up for your free lifetime account at japanesepod101.com Jonathan M you