Japanese Page

This chopstick (A) is just for support, so it does not move. Put this chopstick between your middle and ring fingers. Put the other chopstick (B) between your middle and index fingers, and hold it with your thumb.
Only this chopstick (B) is moved when you pick up food.
Open the tips of the chopsticks and try to pick up food with them.

We hope that his information helps you enjoy Japanese food!

As I had never had the chance to create a homepage until now, I didn't know how to go about doing so. I'm glad I was given this opportunity to learn about many things.

Sayaka Okui
English Department
Kanda University of International Studies
Yumi Ishiguma/Ryoko Kanoya/Sumie Yokoyama

Daniel Bloom, a writer, teacher and author of children's books from the U.S.A., acted as a visiting consultant on-line and helped us with our English composition.