Whether in the form of a quick office lunch or a multi-course omakase, sushi is more popular than ever these days. But there's more to it than just fish and rice: It's an ancient art, and people new to the experience — as well as seasoned diners in need of a refresher — should keep a few guidelines in mind. Here, now, a rundown on proper sushi etiquette, covering palate cleansers, wasabi usage, and everything in between.
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