Drink directly from this bowl without spoons. When there are still bits left in the bottom, pick them up with chopsticks.
Despite numerous attempts at sushi restaurants, mastering the art of eating with chopsticks remains a challenge for many fork-and-knife diners. Follow the tips below and see if you can successfully transport a delicious piece of Japanese Pancake into your mouth with your chopsticks. (Don't worry. Knives and forks are also available at Japanese Pancake World!)
Balance the first chopstick on two points – on the curve between thumb and index finger and on ring finger. Place the chopstick so that the ring finger is supporting its middle point.
Balance the second chopstick on two points – on the curve between thumb and index finger and on middle finger.
Hold the second chopstick with thumb, index finger and middle finger as if holding a pen.
Move the second chopstick to grab your food.
This must-have tool is multi purpose. Cut your Japanese Pancake so that it is easier to pick up with your chopsticks. Kote may also be used as an alternative gadget to chopsticks. Scoop the cut piece of Japanese Pancake and use it like a spoon!