One of the top-selling line of Kindale in Japan, 【sippaisinaiwasyokunosahou】, has now come out in the form all witten in English.
That is 'The Foolproof Table Manner in Japanese Cuisine'.
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Have you ever had dinner at a luxurious restaurant before, a so called five star restaurant?
I believe you may require a burst of courage to go to such a restaurant for a dinner.
Even though you may have never intended to go, you will probably encounter one or more situations where you have to go in your life.
Firstly let’s imagine some hypothetical situations.
You are in a three year relationship with you girlfriend and thinking of marrying her. All of sudden, she said “I want you to meet a person” and after asking who it actually is, you found out this person was actually her father, who runs a large scale company and you attend a pre-wedding function for you, your girlfriend and both set of parents.
You participated in a seminar and get to know the so called “rich or VIP”. They invited you to have a dinner, however you know nothing about fine dining and have no idea how you should act in such an environment. This is a great opportunity for you to get friendly and learn what you can do to make a fine impression.
Your business is going well and is on the right track. One day you were granted a chance to accept an undertaking to set a corporate entertainment function at a restaurant with three-star rating in Micheline Guide for a bigwig in your business industry.
Not only those examples, but also there are various kinds of situations, where you do not want to lose an opportunity at any cost.
Imagine, if you can act smoothly or behave nicely in such a restaurant. I believe your achievement improves your status and people would begin to look at you in different light.
However, you may end up not enjoying the dinner, not remembering what you have eaten or not being able to taste the dishes because you were afraid that you did not display the correct table manners required at the restaurant.
Fear not, this book, written by two experienced authors in an exclusive fine dining restaurant in Japanese cuisine and Japanese noodle cuisine, guides you to the right table manners in Kaiseki styled Japanese cuisine, which means an elegant Japanese meals served in delicate courses.
You will enjoy your meals with greater appreciation. What is more, people will you see you in a different perspective and you will be able to dine comfortably with higher echelon of society and elevate yourself with the ranks of VIP!
This book is an instruction book for those who have never had Kaiseki style course, but would like to go sooner or later.
Here you will learn about the table manner, required at a Kaiseki styled Japanese restaurant so that you will never feel out of place or embarrassed when you inevitably dine at such a restaurant.
•Why learn Japanese cuisine table manner?
•The form of Japanese cuisine
1)A damp washcloth (Oshibori)
A.A toast of drink
D.Sashimi (Mukouzuke or Otsukuri)
J.Rice, pickles and closing soup dish
•～An exclusive bonus for the buyers～
Takumi Kawano /Takahiro Nakamura ; Scripsit
Translated by Takahiro Nakamura