Zauo Fishing Restaurant

Zauo Restaurant in Tokyo, Japan.
A boat surrounded by a large sea pool in the middle of the bustling Tokyo. Very original and challenging for its customers, the restaurant will make its patrons to catch their dinner by themselves.

location:
shinjuku washington hotel 1F, 3-2-9 nishishinjuku, shinjuku-ku, Tokyo

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OJIGI (bowing)

Ojigi (bowing) is an essential part of Japanese daily life. People bow when saying hello, thanking someone, apologizing, saying good-bye and introducing themselves. Although shaking hands (akushu) has become accepted as a form of greeting, many Japanese still are not used to it.

“最敬礼 文部省制定『昭和の国民礼法』 昭和17年 帝国書籍協会版より 【説明】最敬礼は先ず姿勢を正し、正面に注目し、状態を徐に前に傾けると共に手は自然に下げ、指尖(ゆびさき)が膝頭の辺に達するのを度(45度)としてとどめ、凡そ一息の後、徐に元の姿勢に復する。殊更に頸を屈したり、膝を折ったりしないようにする。”

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