It’s no surprise that kitchens are a lot smaller in Japan than the U.S. Many appliances such as refrigerators and ovens are smaller too. Given the smaller real estate, you won’t often see full-size, built-in dishwashers.  Instead, you find dish racks for drying, built-in grills for fish, rice cookers, and electric water boiler and warmers.


Despite the unique differences of how we use our kitchens, one thing remains the same. The challenges of kitchen etiquette with spouses, housemates, and children.


In today’s episode we get into the highly controversial topic of best practices when it comes to dishwashers and doing the dishes. It’s a challenge we can all relate to!


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