, tempura, yakiniku
... The list goes on. We love our Japanese food (we know you do too!) and there's nothing more amazing than enjoying authentic halal Japanese food in Japan
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But like every other country out there, there are some dining taboos that you absolutely have to know, especially if you're planning to indulge in a traditional Japanese multi-course meal, also known as kaiseki
Thanks to Denise Kim and Gourmet Society Philippines
, you can now easily learn the basics of Japanese dining etiquette! So as we always say, when travelling
, do like the locals do! いただきます itadakimasu!
[P.S Check out the dos and dont's in Japan with this travel etiquette 101!]