Sushi Etiquette : The Guide for Those Who Wish to Eat Sushi Properly and Not Insult the Chef
Many will judge you based on your table manners alone. This is especially true with very specific etiquette, such as Sushi Etiquette. Thus, it does seem prudent to possess the very best manners possible. In Sushi Etiquette: The guide for those who wish to eat sushi properly and avoid insulting the chef, etiquette consultant Rebecca Black, covers all the etiquette you will need to feel comfortable eating sushi out, including chopstick etiquette. Author, Rebecca Black of Etiquette Now! has taught countless etiquette and life skills workshops. Now you can have this same advice and life skills in the palm of your hand without spending hundreds of dollars to attend one of her workshops.
- Paperback | 28 pages
- 152.4 x 228.6 x 1.78mm | 90.72g
- 04 Jun 2015
- Createspace Independent Publishing Platform
- United States
- black & white illustrations
About Rebecca Black
Rebecca Black is most recognized as the co-owner, consultant, trainer and creative lead of the Etiquette Now! with clients from around the world. For more than two decades, she has created unique classes, lesson plans and books, as well as written articles and answered etiquette questions for her Got Etiquette website, blogs and for others. Rebecca - also known as the Polite One - began her career as a California credentialed teacher, but found that the classroom environment limited her creativity. Thus, she retired early to find her calling in helping others through her etiquette training. A tireless writer, this author has written well over forty books and lesson plans. Please visit Etiquette Now! for a complete list of her work.