Japanese culture is very different from American culture, and to do business with Japanese partners and clients it’s essential to be familiar with it. For those who intend to take a Japanese business partner or client for a meal, it is important to know the proper dining etiquette rules.
Proper etiquette makes a big impression in the Japanese culture. Often, breaking etiquette rules signifies lack of preparation and a lack of seriousness and this can damage trust.
Here are a few dining etiquette tips and suggestions to make your next meal with a Japanese client or partner a positive experience.
An excellent way to impress Japanese business associates is with food that is true to their culture. Here are a few staple dishes and drinks that we serve here at Matsuhisa.
In the Japanese culture, as in many others, there are unspoken rules that are wise to follow. While these things may not seem like a big deal to Americans, they can leave a less-than-favorable impression if not followed correctly.
For your next business or power lunch, consider visiting Matsuhisa for a delicious meal that will impress your Japanese partners and clients. At Matsuhisa, we offer the perfect environment for both professionalism and fun. Our restaurant features a private dining area for your discretion and, of course, we serve delicious foods to satisfy you and your clients.
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