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May 15, 2021

[Answer] What aspect of American dining out is considered rude in Japan?

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...When eating out in Japan, many restaurants will add a service charge to the regular bill in place of leaving a tip. However, even if they don’t, tipping still isn’t recommended according to Japanese etiquette. If a diner pays extra, the restaurant staff might get the impression that they think the employees don’t make a livable wage.




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