Japanese Tea Ceremony Etiquette for Guests3

Cut the sweets into bite-size pieces with the ‘kuromoji’ (a small pick or fork).

・You may eat the sweets by hand if a ‘kuromoji’ has not been provided.

・Usually, all the sweets are eaten first, then tea is served. ( It is not acceptable ettiquette to eat the sweets and drink the tea with each other).

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