Have we all been eating our sandwiches wrong all this time?
When it comes to being a “well-mannered” person, there’s more to it than just knowing knowing the right words to say when interacting with a cashier. It’s about paying attention to the little things about the way you behave.
At least, that seems to be according to Emi Sunai, representative of Manner School Livium, a Japanese manners school for adults. It’s her job to teach people the small ways they can adjust their mannerisms to appear “well-bred”. Her best-selling book, Things Only Well-Bred People Know (Sodachi ga Ii