Who is Issei Sagawa

When you’re dining in Japan, it’s important to never stick your chopsticks into your food to rest them when you’re not eating. This actually resembles a ceremony performed at funerals in Japan, and it’s considered a bad omen. For the same reason, it’s also taboo to share food with others by passing it from chopsticks to chopsticks. If you want to share, use your chopsticks to place the food on the other person’s plate.