How To Eat Sushi The Right Way

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    Coming to you straight from the sushi chef's mouth, MUNCHIES presents the dos and don'ts of eating sushi, as taught by Tokyo's Naomichi Yasuda. Be warned: You've been doing it wrong. Just remember: It's okay to use your fingers to eat cut sushi rolls. Don't combine ginger and sushi, or ginger and soy sauce. Ginger is a palate cleanser in between bites. When dipping sushi into soy sauce, dip fish-side down. Never shake soy sauce off of sushi. That's like shaking your wanker in public.
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J S +2459
J S

As a Japanese person, I just wanted to point out that these manners are only for these very authentic restaurants where the food is so well executed that they want you to enjoy it just as is, so that it tastes exactly how they intend it to taste. They are the pros, they know the best way to eat them, and you're supposedly there, paying expensive money, to experience their way of prep/service. It's not just religious/cultural manners. There's actually a logical reason behind them, for customers to taste it the best way possible. If that feels too controlling or you have a certain preference on how you want to eat your food, different from their suggestion, then it defeats the whole purpose of even going to these restaurants. Just don't go. It's obviously not for you, and there's nothing wrong with that. It not only disrupts the flow of the restaurant, which affects other guests' food and experience, but also causes stress on both ends because you too are paying too much money to be forced to eat a certain way.  If you go to a more casual sushi joint, Japan or US, you can drench your California rolls with sriracha and spicy mayo all you want. You'll actually need these sauces because the fish/rice/technique won't be good enough to taste good on its own. It's very difficult to make good enough sushi to even be worth all these bothersome manners. That is why it's so meticulous and expensive. Besides, most people's palates, who are used to flavoring food with strong spices and sauces, won't even be able to differentiate and enjoy these kinds of food because it's too subtle. Most will find it too bland. I know from experience because I've taken many of my American friends to try dining at these places. People have different sensitivities and palates, depending on what they ate growing up, and there's no right or wrong. Like art, it's not for everybody. If you read this long-ass comment all the way to the end, I appreciate your precious time, you are a true legend, but also bored as f**k lol

Hace un mes
J W
J W

@TheJuzy it is worse tho, spicy/heavy sauces drown out other subtle flavors. If you ate a bunch of hot sauce / chilis right before some good sushi, your palette is already spoiled, there's no going back for the rest of that meal. You can think you taste the nuance, but you can't until the spiciness wears off. It's not a sushi thing, it's a taste buds thing. chew on a ghost pepper or gargle sriracha then try and enjoy anything with subtle flavors.....

Hace 4 días
J W
J W

@Gurhal missed the point completely

Hace 4 días
Vandal G
Vandal G

Taste is subjective. I pay , I eat it how I want.

Hace 4 días
Ricardo Villagran Vicent
Ricardo Villagran Vicent

@Gurhal Correct. If I want to dip my sushi in Ketchup so be it LOL

Hace 10 días
Chronos Tiari +496
Chronos Tiari

I will forever remember the restroom joke when dipping my Sushi now, but I will never do it wrong ever again. Thanks for the explanation Mr Chef.

Hace un mes
Martin Xavier
Martin Xavier

Same. 😓

Hace 13 días
Dexter Jettster +1
Dexter Jettster

@Farwah Batool Usually when you greet someone you shake their hand "hi hello". In the men's room, we men shake ourselves after peeing to get those stubborn drips out so that our pants aren't stained. The joke is that we men would "shake" and say hi hello in restroom.

Hace 19 días
Haunter +6
Haunter

@Farwah Batool I took it as similar to when a comedian says “I’m here all week” after telling a particularly cheesy joke.

Hace 25 días
Farwah Batool +2
Farwah Batool

@joe suprunowski what does hi hello mean in this joke?

Hace 28 días
joe suprunowski +17
joe suprunowski

No shake! Shake is when finish in men room, hi hello😁

Hace 29 días
vzgsxr +572
vzgsxr

Watching a master explain his craft is always super interesting to me.

Hace un mes
Erkan Zengin
Erkan Zengin

Ikr!

Hace 11 días
Tordy Clark +1
Tordy Clark

You would call him sensei

Hace un mes
Abhishek Aditya
Abhishek Aditya

Also for me

Hace un mes
Muhammad Aulia +3
Muhammad Aulia

damn right

Hace un mes
Der Fred +807
Der Fred

I have never seen anyone eat sushi under so much pressure with such a load on their face. this was more than just a sushi test eating video. the cook was rather a guard, detective, teacher, interrogator, master and the tester a submissive, anxious suspect.

Hace un mes
Scott Peszko
Scott Peszko

wax on wax off

Hace 23 días
Toby Ihli +1
Toby Ihli

@A A I beg to differ. I see an Asian with clean hands, and nails that are all yellow, like so many Asian’s skin type. If he were an Irish ginger, his nails would all be bright pink. I’m not shaming you, honest. I am simply inviting you to rethink it, yes?

Hace 26 días
Toby Ihli
Toby Ihli

You mean,”Grasshopper!”

Hace 26 días
Dave C
Dave C

Untreated nail, lol

Hace 27 días
Jeremy Johnston
Jeremy Johnston

😹😹😹😹😹

Hace un mes
Jack Zhang +20646
Jack Zhang

This man has the courage to make a restroom joke and say hi hello. He is a true legend.

Hace 3 años
montufy
montufy

@Bhuvan I love you

Hace 3 días
Image Editor +1
Image Editor

That's what you say when you're shaking 😆

Hace un mes
J J R N
J J R N

En la radio un cochinero

Hace un mes
Charles Armstrong +105
Charles Armstrong

Eating Japanese sushi out for the first time. I needed this lesson so I do`nt appear too ignorant or bad mannered. Thanks so much Yasuda for an excellent video lesson.

Hace un mes
Thomas Hatter +1
Thomas Hatter

Hope you enjoyed your experience if you had it already! If you haven’t gone yet, good luck! :)

Hace un mes
Jose Rodriguez +73
Jose Rodriguez

This guy has an amazing energy, I would love to get the opportunity to be taught proper sushi etiquette. Very funny dude.

Hace un mes
Carlos Incognito +103
Carlos Incognito

That was fantastic! I love sushi and never knew the proper way to eat it. Funny that by accident I actually followed most of those rules. Thanks for putting this out. The other culture with food I’d like to learn is how to eat Korean food. I’m not sure what is to be eaten with what.

Hace un mes
行屍走肉 +3
行屍走肉

@Ginger the Trail Pup Sure it's common knowledge for Japanese people but for anyone else in America it definitely is not. You can silently cringe all you want but they're never going to learn the how to eat sushi the "right" way if no one ever tells them.

Hace un mes
Ginger the Trail Pup
Ginger the Trail Pup

I am Japanese American. This is just common knowledge. I silently cringe sometimes when I see others see sushi. Though I try to think positive that others are trying and likening different food.

Hace un mes
行屍走肉
行屍走肉

only problem I have is that I always put ginger right on top of the sushi and then pour soy sauce on top. I am going to continue breaking this rule

Hace un mes
行屍走肉 +1
行屍走肉

@Eriol Duterion my man! I fuckin love me some loaded pizza

Hace un mes
Eriol Duterion +8
Eriol Duterion

​@Random Female Point 1- Pizza was originally developed by the Greeks. Point 2- if it uses tomatoes as an ingredient, it is NOT "traditional Italian" as tomatoes were considered poisonous until the late 1700s-early 1800s. Point 3 - I'm a "good" American and I LIKE the combination of pineapple, & ham, on a pizza. I also like it when I add mushrooms, black & green olives, banana peppers and onions to the pineapple and ham - gives it an extra kick.

Hace un mes
Zippy the Pinhead +36
Zippy the Pinhead

Thank you for the instruction for eating sushi the correct way, and yes I've been doing it wrong. Also thank you for the "shaking it' etiquette. Well done! 🤣

Hace un mes
Madrigal7777 +7140
Madrigal7777

I’ve been to his restaurant in Tokyo. He’s as funny and charming in person. His sushi was by far the best I’ve ever had. He made this grass sushi that was unreal. Seriously the guy is such a master he can make high level sushi from grass.

Hace 2 años
ROYAL REBEL
ROYAL REBEL

I've been to his restaurant too. Saw him on Anthony Bourdain a long time ago and decided to patronize his bar. Been there 3 times. Highly recommended

Hace 26 días
BO GIA
BO GIA

@Madrigal7777 damn 10 people fit in at once? You must be rich then. I bet his sushi cost at least 1000 usd.

Hace un mes
sigh
sigh

@M_Stanfield5441 oooh I love Jiro, I would die to have his omakase one day😍

Hace un mes
M_Stanfield5441 +1
M_Stanfield5441

Would you say it's better than "Jiros Sushi" I think it's the only one in Japan with a Michellan Star and it's like 300 per person. How much did this one cost?

Hace un mes
Morgan Hastings +16
Morgan Hastings

"hi! hello!" is my favorite part. what a hilarious guy. this is a fantastic video. where I live we don't have a sushi restaurant for a couple of an hours drive so I make it at home. i've been doing it for years and fairly good at it, but i so miss having a place to go to. when I lived in sf i was two doors down from a sushi restaurant. i could eat nothing but sushi if i had my way :)

Hace 18 días
Doc's Watch Box +41
Doc's Watch Box

Thank you for educating me. I love sushi, but even more - I love respecting the culture and learning the traditions/etiquette.

Hace un mes
Mark Michon +1
Mark Michon

@Zack Thank you for taking the time.

Hace un mes
Zack +2
Zack

@Mark Michon Hard to find a place to start so I'll try to explain a few things. The single biggest killer of men in Japan aged 20-44 is actually suicide. This was made worse since the 1998 and 2008 financial crises. 40% of young people cannot find a stable job and this is after the highly pressurised mandatory educational environments they are raised in. So they get a bit lost. And for those employed - most in offices - the job is very demanding and many work a least 12 hours, leaving work at 10pm after starting at 9am. And then there's the patriarchal aspects to the society which in a world so interconnected today and most places show more equality, it can cause even more stress on younger females who yearn for that bit more than they're getting. Hope I helped :)

Hace un mes
Mark Michon
Mark Michon

@Zack What are the not nice parts about it? Genuinely curious

Hace un mes
Zack +2
Zack

The overall culture is not very nice. But it does have some fantastic aspects within it; the world can learn from each other

Hace un mes
Carlos Guerra +88
Carlos Guerra

I enjoy eating sushi, but don’t know any of the etiquette so this was very helpful! I didn’t know you can hold with your fingers rolls with seaweed.

Hace un mes
K Lowen
K Lowen

@hayley

Hace 28 días
Nathan
Nathan

@行屍走肉 Japan sided with Germany in ww2 and attacked USA withouy warning because Japan wanted to side with China. Im just stating that Japan could just as easily be USAs 51st state. So yeah.... if i go to Japan then ill eat sushi however I want. If you come to the USA you can eat food however you want....you can even use chopsticks

Hace un mes
ODog LP +1
ODog LP

@AndrewWithEase11 11 hahahaha ignorance is a bliss right? god, I love to talk to americans, best comedy

Hace un mes
行屍走肉 +2
行屍走肉

@Nathan are you trying to say that America "saved" Japan? if so... lol

Hace un mes
Shae +6
Shae

I love seeing people so passionate and informing of the things and experiences they hold dearly. Chef was amazing! Wish I could sit in front of him. 🙌🏼

Hace un mes
Moking C +3286
Moking C

Comment from a Japanese: You can tell it is a really high level sushi restaurant when the sushi sensei can speak English that good lol

Hace 2 años
行屍走肉 +1
行屍走肉

@GR8119 LMAO

Hace un mes
GR8119
GR8119

@行屍走肉 Instead of arguing about how hard languages are, go watch Uncle Roger's new Pho video. He just posted it, and I laughed my ass off. U need some joy in your life. 👍😁

Hace un mes
GR8119
GR8119

@行屍走肉 Ok bro 😂😂😂

Hace un mes
行屍走肉
行屍走肉

@GR8119 that literally has NOTHING to do with how difficult a language is, you're just grasping at straws here.

Hace un mes
GR8119
GR8119

@行屍走肉 I admit Hiragana and Katakana and ESPECIALLY Kanji is harder... However I still think english is harder because it's a main language everyone is SUPPOSED to learn because its worldwide. I've never talked to a person who said they had to learn japanese in elementary/middle school as the curriculum. Zen zen, wakarimasen.

Hace un mes
James Larkin +30
James Larkin

I could listen to this master all day. Serious about his food but such a gentle manner. I love him

Hace 22 días
DongDre
DongDre

And scary at the same time. Need to avoid eating it in a wrong way or else you're gonna deal with his sharp chopsticks. 😂

Hace 4 días
James Garner
James Garner

when you are hungry, you shovel it in. 30 pieces are usually enough for me. i refuse to eat raw fish after a horrible experience with parasites and bacteria. i will only eat smoked or cooked seafood in sushi rolls or just veggie rolls.

Hace 15 días
Iziah Ebinger +3
Iziah Ebinger

As a sushi chef of 9 months so far I’ve been learning so much and it always excites me seeing pros give new pieces of information gives me so many ideas to try.

Hace un mes
tgsvhe dasda +23
tgsvhe dasda

he did it this man isnt only a sushi chef He is someone who clearly has discovered his own entertainment skills and damn he knows how to use them i just want to go there myself to get to know with him

Hace un mes
JazzMan251 +3
JazzMan251

Wow. Watching pro sushi chefs at work is always a treat. You can really see why it takes 7 years to even gain formal qualification. An absolute art in and of itself, much like Jazz within Music. 😊

Hace 25 días
FA Kazama +4340
FA Kazama

The fact that they put him there as an "amateur fish eater" is hilarious

Hace 2 años
Lena K.
Lena K.

Thumbs up for the chef and thumbs down for that guy. He brought in a very restrained, depressing vibe!

Hace 18 días
YourMajesty143 +1
YourMajesty143

I viewed it the opposite way. You go to these types of sushi restaurants for the experience that the CHEF wants to give you. It's the one place you humbly eat whatever he gives you and enjoy the chef's explanation in his own words. The diner confirmed everything the chef said that he'd experience, bc there was nothing else to add since the chef already explained the fatty, rich, melting, saucy, mild, ginger tasting elements. Although, the diner did help by elaborating whether something was sweet or not, so I felt he did a great job. Allowing the chef to speak about his own culture's cuisine is a sign of respect. For years, all we've seen are Westerners (mainly Caucasians) insert themselves in explaining other people's cultures. Some who have even gone as far as starting their own cooking shows or travel foodie shows, and centering their own voice regarding world cuisines (and often butchering them while they're at it). Sadly, this has led to gentrification and profiting off the backs of other ethnicities who don't normally get to showcase their own culture themselves. Thankfully, this has improved recently — especially after the whole Bon Appétit scandal (white producers & showrunners exploited and mistreated their POC workers). So for me, it was refreshing to see the diner act with politeness, patience, and reverence. I honestly think we could learn from his silence, and not try to force our western expectations into another culture's style of etiquette. I mean for peace° sake, this isn't a foodie review or a Mukbang, people. Let's get it together, ya'll! 😁 °Not a typo. I prefer to say "For peace sake", "Haven forbid", "Good lard", "Cheese-Its take the wheel", "Love have mercy", "Gold bless you", and "Oh my godzilla".

Hace un mes
Nick Harris
Nick Harris

@kindface "they should have sent a poet" 😂

Hace un mes
Amabile Jon
Amabile Jon

Yes, we saw the joke. It wasn't your joke.

Hace un mes
kindface +4
kindface

Because he WAS. Uttering “so much going on in there” and “it just melts in your mouth” isn’t exactly real deep insight LOL. It was a hilarious cop-out for not knowing exactly what he tasted or what to say.

Hace un mes
ExtendedClipRicco +44
ExtendedClipRicco

"Shaking is for the men's room" XD I like how instead of bashing him for his mistake he made him laugh with some well placed humor! He definitely will remember why shaking sushi is bad now!! lol

Hace un mes
Jenny Boom +2
Jenny Boom

I’m so happy I watched this video! I’ve officially learned how to eat sushi properly! Thank you ❤️❤️

Hace un mes
Gameplayerscott +3
Gameplayerscott

My dad lived for a year in japan and i always saw people eating sushi in a different way than he told me but after seeing this video i can see my dad had it correct all along

Hace un mes
cryzz0n +2
cryzz0n

Eating Japanese sushi out for the first time. I needed this lesson so I do`nt appear too ignorant or bad mannered. Thanks so much Yasuda for an excellent video lesson.

Hace un mes
DB 2269 +9001
DB 2269

"yes that's enough" *"ENOUGH"*

Hace 2 años
Kevin Luo
Kevin Luo

DON'T SHAKE IT

Hace un mes
Drogo W
Drogo W

@Vlad Pintilei Blah blah blahhhhh

Hace un mes
Seymour09
Seymour09

Gaijins… gaijins are never change

Hace un mes
eyeDee
eyeDee

lmao, its like he defiled the thing.

Hace un mes
MattDad84 +1
MattDad84

Another shake and I feel like he would have smacked the living shit out of him, I swear. He was not playing. Don't you dare shake his sushi.

Hace un mes
Anthony de Carvalho +3
Anthony de Carvalho

Wonderful. I would love to go there and be taught the correct way. Respect!

Hace un mes
Tina K. +22
Tina K.

I’m glad this video popped up as a recommendation. I don’t eat much sushi, but I’m open to try it and utilize the chef’s teachings.

Hace un mes
Tina K.
Tina K.

@Gary Gruber I’d have to say my ex was the expert then. Lol

Hace un mes
Gary Gruber +1
Gary Gruber

the secret to eating sushi is to start simple in the beginning. Tuna, yellow tail, and salmon are a good place to start. Unagi and Anago are a great place to move to once you are comfortable with your first couple of trips to the sushi bar. Build slowly. When you can pop down Uni with a quail egg on top as a finisher, you know you are an expert.

Hace un mes
Antoinette C Marshall
Antoinette C Marshall

I never thought I'd eat sushi, but this really has me wanting to fly out all the way to Japan for it...

Hace 29 días
Haddock
Haddock

FANTASTIC! I never knew how to eat sushi the right way, now I learned! Thanks for this excellent video!

Hace 18 días
Muidono Fonfon +1461
Muidono Fonfon

I actually appreciate him trying to be reserved and respectful, giving more space for the chef to speak.

Hace 2 años
Imran先輩 +8
Imran先輩

@A A -There's absolutely zero dirt under his fingernails. What you're seeing is thickening and hardening of nails due to aging and due to him constantly working in an environment where his hands are constantly exposed to moisture. As a result, his nails developed a keratinized barrier over the years. This happens to old people naturally, but especially those who work with their hands. The opacity of his nail color is also natural. All I see are clean hands and a clean nail bed. But let's play along and pretend his nails were filled with black dirt, fungal ridges, and have yellowed with a deep brownish tint. How does one person's medical condition negate all other Japanese sushi restaurants that accurately reflect fine dining? Seems hasty to project one single aspect of representation here on Youtube unto the whole Japanese community in the world. The way that you started your comment with "Typical Japanese hypocrisy" told me everything I needed to know about you. Part of me wasn't gonna bother even challenging some random bigot on the internet, but the other part of me felt it was important to call you out on your ignorance. The old man is as healthy as anyone else his age and making blanket judgments about all Japanese says more about you than them. This chef perfectly exhibited the artistry and cultural etiquette of his country's cuisine. Truth is, you already had your mind made up about Japanese people before you even clicked on the video, so let's not pretend that you're even arguing in good faith.

Hace un mes
Hunter Zielinski +1
Hunter Zielinski

Honestly dude, 99% of these comments are just hating on this poor guy

Hace un mes
A A +2
A A

Look at his fingernails! FULL OF FUNGUS, do you want to eat fungus sushi??? Disgusting!

Hace un mes
JULIE HOCK
JULIE HOCK

That was so interesting. I’ve not actually eaten sushi made by a chef in front of me. I think that I should seek out this experience.

Hace un mes
BLT +7
BLT

Very informative. I loved this chef had a good sense of humor.

Hace un mes
Phillip Evans +2
Phillip Evans

I ate my first sushi in a sushi bar in Hirosaki, Aomori prefecture. Wonderful. I learned that the Emperor of Japan ate there. I have eaten there several times since. Always “the best”. I like sushi, but not many places are as enjoyable.

Hace un mes
Ken Morrocco +3
Ken Morrocco

Very enjoyable and informative. I've been eating sushi all my life and I love it. But I didn't know I was eating it incorrectly. Thanks for the education.

Hace un mes
Leuke Films
Leuke Films

My laughing chimney is a creepy guy

Hace un mes
yyy +3193
yyy

"no shaking" "oh so no shaking" *proceeds to continue shake*

Hace 2 años
J Foley
J Foley

@diapersFTMFW11 OOTZ BUNG SAAA!!

Hace 19 días
J Foley
J Foley

😂

Hace 19 días
Cerenade Me
Cerenade Me

@88feji In that particular case, there was no extra soy needed, as the chef already put on the proper amount. He didn't need to dip in soy, so he didn't need to flip on the side before picking up.

Hace un mes
Darcy Perkins
Darcy Perkins

@MattDad84 My understanding of the video (and my point) was that the chef was trying to show him how to eat sushi the traditional way, including how to hold it, dip it and eat it. That would include how much soy sauce to put on it for the best taste experience. I think you miss my point with the whole devil's advocate thing.

Hace un mes
MattDad84
MattDad84

@Darcy Perkins Cuz his eyes could see there was more soy sauce than he usually puts on? Why are you playing devils advocate?

Hace un mes
城主 +2
城主

This chef seems laid back about it but there are too many rules. Sushi grew out of street food in the Edo period. I've been to a few upscale sushi restaurants and had a nice time but generally prefer kaiten zushi. It's fun and relaxed. Let people enjoy what they like. If you come to Japan please don't worry about every little potential faux pas.

Hace un mes
Noob Noonan +1
Noob Noonan

I thought I was doing it right, but the only thing I did right was to not put ginger on the rolls. I like how the Japanese put so much importance on food and culture. Thanks for the video, next time I will treat the sushi with more respect.

Hace un mes
Thomas +24
Thomas

Having finally discovered the joy of sushi as a grown-up, I'm on a mission while my mother is still around, to have her find a love for sushi. Arigatou-gozaimasu to Naomichi Yasuda for this lesson.

Hace un mes
AndrewWithEase11 11
AndrewWithEase11 11

yuck. you eat worms that now live in your heart. 15 years left

Hace un mes
Ivan R +3
Ivan R

Ughhhh on a 72 hour fast, watching this is tearing me up especially since sushi is my favorite food period. My parents did this in japan, where they make it for a small party they place it infront of you and you have to eat right away, just like the chef explained it.

Hace un mes
Sweeny5000 +2964
Sweeny5000

"Don't shake it. That's for the men's room" 10/10

Hace 3 años
Weiliang Liang +1
Weiliang Liang

hi hello hahaha

Hace 2 años
Hazard +21
Hazard

Hi hello!

Hace 2 años
Holy_ShushCabin +20
Holy_ShushCabin

GEORGE MATHEN *Brazzers logo at the corner of the screen catches your eye*

Hace 2 años
George Abraham +35
George Abraham

dont shake more. it will spill

Hace 3 años
Inland Watch Reviews
Inland Watch Reviews

This was a great educational video. I love sushi, it is a wonderful experience

Hace un mes
all and nothing +1
all and nothing

This guy is a legend, his smile laugh is just too awesome

Hace un mes
Alan Lee
Alan Lee

Enjoyed your sushi video very much! Please make more!

Hace un mes
Random Female +3
Random Female

What I really learned here was how to place rice when making the roll. And I have hopelessly bad manners re: ginger, because, hey, it is so good on the roll. At home I just put it IN the sushi. Cute video!

Hace un mes
Naveed Islam +6031
Naveed Islam

"Don't Shake... That's only for the Men's room..." "Hi, Hello" I loved that

Hace 2 años
Farwah Batool
Farwah Batool

@Randall Marsh regardless

Hace 28 días
NIKO +1
NIKO

@Junior2K bro i know i asked about the hi hallo joke

Hace un mes
Junior2K
Junior2K

@NIKO if you dont shake when done peeing will get pee on clothes or underwear

Hace un mes
Randall Marsh
Randall Marsh

@NIKO Probably a girl

Hace un mes
Michael Arrowood +2
Michael Arrowood

What a wonderful video! I learned a bit about sushi and how to eat it... and this really made me hungry!

Hace un mes
Ludwig Vonn +2
Ludwig Vonn

I had sushi couple times and im a firm believer that its highly overrated. Seeing this man work and present his food makes me doubt my standpoint, even if i never tried his food lol.

Hace un mes
Angella S.
Angella S.

I have to now apologize to the entire Japanese population, as it seems I’ve been using bad manners when eating sushi. Sadly, these types of videos didn’t exist when I started eating Japanese cuisine. This was most helpful!

Hace 15 días
Gigi Quillian
Gigi Quillian

Thank you. I knew that I was doing this incorrectly but now I can get the best result.

Hace un mes
Brandon Nguyen +3974
Brandon Nguyen

Man: It’s not bad. It’s sweet Chef: Yea. Like you. Man: 😳

Hace 2 años
Samboventures +2
Samboventures

and that's when the chef shows him how to shake in the bathroom

Hace un mes
Jeeves Winston +3
Jeeves Winston

Like a Boss!

Hace un mes
tinferl
tinferl

Thank you for the tips. Also, this video made me crave sushi.

Hace 28 días
John Sabaku
John Sabaku

Long live Yasuda-san. He is also a martial arts expert. Highly efficient, Yasuda-san makes expert sushi eaters of his patrons. His humor is like his karate, fast and devastating.

Hace 14 días
ahsan khan +3
ahsan khan

thanks for sharing this video. learned about main ingredients and also how table manner and how to eat Sushi.

Hace un mes
Daniel
Daniel

Interesting and looks good. That said, I imagine at least here in the US having open cuts on your fingers while handling food with your bare hands is a health code violation. Before anyone says anything I'm certain plenty of kitchens in the US do much worse.

Hace un mes
Tom Gowing +1787
Tom Gowing

This guys english is extremely good for japanese man of his age as well ! Legend !

Hace 3 años
hulkhoganwwf
hulkhoganwwf

@Dazzy B Travel and Music yeah shatap @katsu

Hace 6 meses
wolf recordingz
wolf recordingz

@Teurastaja it’s the leftists not the liberals

Hace 11 meses
Cait Johnson
Cait Johnson

Many thanks for the lesson. It is very well presented an explained. (Loved the shaking comment.)

Hace un mes
Kal Taron +1
Kal Taron

It's somewhat ironic that historically the rice with vinegar was only used to preserve the fish but for modern sushi the rice is indeed one of the most important ingredients. Also it's not by chance that most Westerners think that Wasabi is like horseradish as most commercial "Wasabi" only contains a few percent of actual Wasabi and much of it is indeed horseradish.

Hace un mes
Beardshire +1
Beardshire

Over 25 years ago i went to a small sushi cafe in the middle of a bunch of other restaurants in Roanoke VA. The man making the sushi said he was born and raised in Osaka. He showed me this exact way.

Hace un mes
Holistic Health
Holistic Health

I love this!!!! Thank you!!! Will be eatng it correctly from now on!

Hace un mes
Biggus Chungus +18654
Biggus Chungus

I don't know him, but i feel like i disappointed him already.

Hace 2 años
Christian
Christian

You’ve now experienced the joy of having Japanese parents 😢 😂

Hace un hora
Moe kancha
Moe kancha

No shaking shaking is only finish in mens room😊

Hace 22 días
AveGoodtime
AveGoodtime

That’s right!

Hace 24 días
Chief Sitting N**ga (We iz fake natives!)
Chief Sitting N**ga (We iz fake natives!)

@Adrian Jayson Those poor youth.

Hace 27 días
Chief Sitting N**ga (We iz fake natives!)
Chief Sitting N**ga (We iz fake natives!)

@kαíѕhα ѕhαu {}вnvα•вnhα{} It's his job to please you not the other way around. That goes for ALL chefs worldwide. These people are full of themselves.

Hace 27 días
takeshiAsahi +16
takeshiAsahi

That joke was so lethal, i had to pause and laugh for like 2 min

Hace un mes
Christopher Anderson
Christopher Anderson

hahaha i love this man. I would LOVE to eat at his sushi restaurant, I have been to Tokyo once in my life but only 20 years ago.

Hace 29 días
Logan Riki +14
Logan Riki

I feel like going to Japan just to eat Mr. Yasuda's sushi.

Hace un mes
Theak47forall +1
Theak47forall

I never liked sushi but this makes me want some sushi :D

Hace un mes
Mylinda Casbarro
Mylinda Casbarro

A lesson on eating Sushi! Thank you!

Hace 12 días
Gordon Graham
Gordon Graham

Wow! Thanks. I used to eat a lot of sushi in Taiwan and Okinawa. Thanks for the tip about the ginger. 👍

Hace un mes
Coramaroc MoroccoFirst
Coramaroc MoroccoFirst

I learnt something today…thank you, Chef!

Hace un mes
Sarah
Sarah

So I've been watching military videos recently but I feel like this master cheff has exactly the same thing as the one of a high ranked military officer. Very self-disciplined, skilled yet funny.

Hace un mes
Jotaro Kujo +3023
Jotaro Kujo

"Don't shake it" *shakes* *"D O N T S H A K E I T"*

Hace 2 años
JamesJosep
JamesJosep

I assume this is what you eat Jotaro?

Hace 2 años
kukhala
kukhala

Wait...

Hace 2 años
Takumi Fujiwara
Takumi Fujiwara

Jotaro-kun. L I C K L I C K L I C K L I C K L I C K L I C K

Hace 2 años
The RedPanda +1
The RedPanda

"Hi, Hello.." HEHEHEHE

Hace 2 años
Sponge +3
Sponge

He prepared that joke for a very long time

Hace 2 años
blueshoes915 +2
blueshoes915

Love this! It always drives me nuts when I see people put the ginger on the sushi and eat it. This was one of the first things I was told not to do. Plus, you’re ruining the taste of the sushi! I leaned quite a few things just from this short video. Well done.

Hace un mes
David Watts
David Watts

That was awesome!! Chef is so hilarious!! 😆😆 Great little snippet of video 👍🙏

Hace 10 días
Daniel
Daniel

I never knew there was a special way to eat sushi you got me 👌

Hace 19 días
WhereIsHeist
WhereIsHeist

I dined with Yasuda in 2016... Absolutely amazing!

Hace un mes
Nate +964
Nate

I love how right before he makes his men's room joke, he glances at the camera, waits for the guy to take a bite, then delivers the punch line, and breaks the fourth wall and stares at the camera. I love this guy lol.

Hace 2 años
AustinAngela +1
AustinAngela

"Hi. Hello!". Hahahaha

Hace un mes
Dimi Athan +1
Dimi Athan

Classic Jim joke style from the Office haha

Hace un mes
debt grips +1
debt grips

@Amabile Jon so rude, so funny 💀

Hace un mes
Amabile Jon +2
Amabile Jon

We saw. Want to describe the other situations we just finished watching?

Hace un mes
Stephanie Portell +9
Stephanie Portell

That was a baller move.

Hace 10 meses
Jessica LeBlanc
Jessica LeBlanc

This was a good view...Learned just a little bit more about the etiquette of sushi dining. This gentleman was great, too...Appreciations!

Hace un mes
Seth R.C
Seth R.C

I usually just want some raw fish but this does seem like the best way to experience it

Hace 27 días
Angel Taylor
Angel Taylor

I didn't know this and I always eat sushi 😋 thanks for sharing ☺

Hace un mes
EricsArchive
EricsArchive

I think that is what makes a proper sushi master, not just the ability to create a delicacy, but also to engage the customer and entertain them as well during the preparation. Yosaku SAKI! !

Hace 29 días
100k subs without doing anything +1848
100k subs without doing anything

Chef: don't shake it guy: *starts shaking it more* edit: *HELP ME PLS*

Hace 3 años
Grand Tickler
Grand Tickler

he even shook the next piece too, the nerve on this guy

Hace un mes
Margalus
Margalus

@PCBuild Heat and Taste are two different things.

Hace 3 años
Terrell M +2
Terrell M

Cringe bruh why did you edit it

Hace 3 años
Alex Schmitt +2
Alex Schmitt

....typical american reaction...

Hace 3 años
MoonlitMapleLeaf
MoonlitMapleLeaf

This was great! I love sushi and I learned something today so I am very appreciative!

Hace un mes

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