While modern Japanese restaurants in Campbell typically serve sushi at a table where people eat it using chopsticks, this is not the proper way to eat sushi. It is especially improper if you over-season your sushi with soy sauce and wasabi. Watch this video to find out the proper way to eat sushi.
The proper environment for sushi is a sushi bar or a teppanyaki restaurant. Here, you can interact with the chef and learn about the food you are going to eat. Your chef can also make suggestions based on your taste. You will use your hands to eat the sushi, which will be packed loosely so that it falls apart in your mouth. If your chef does not season the sushi before serving it to you, you can dip a small part of the sushi into sauce. Whether you are enjoying a bento box or having a lunch special at a Japanese restaurant, remember to skip the chopsticks when eating your sushi.