1. Don’t Drown Your Sushi
Presumably, you ordered your sushi because you enjoy its delicate flavor and unique textures. Submerging your sushi is a bowl of soy sauce will overwhelm your palate and completely cover up the flavor. A decadent and an expensive piece of fish will wind up tasting the same as a budget dish. On a similar subject, the dish for your soy sauce should never be filled to the brim. Just add a little, and refill as needed. Additionally, never dip the side of the sushi with rice into the sauce. Not only is it bad etiquette, the sauce can cause the rice to fall apart before it gets to your mouth.