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ey are frequently taken

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for bird-cages, and this

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mistake was made by Fre

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d, who innocently remarked that he wondered what kind of birds they kept there. At one side of the kitchen there was a long table, where the food was[Pg 171] prepared previous to its introduction to the cooking-pot, and near this table there was a series of shelves whe

re the plates, cups, saucers, and other articles of the dinner-service were kept. The kitchen could be shut off at night, like the other rooms, by means of paper screens,

and it was here that the cook and her assistants slept when the labors of the day were over. The bedding, what little there was of it, was brought from a cupboard in one

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side of the room, and was altogether out of sight in the day. When not wanted, it was speedily put away, and a few minutes sufficed to convert the kitchen into a sleeping-room, or the sleeping-room into a ki

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tchen. BOILING THE POT. BOILING THE POT. In due time the dinner or supper, whichever it was called, was brought to our travellers, and they lost no time in sitting down to eat it; or, rather, they squatte

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d to it, as the hotel contained no chairs, or any substitute for them. The floor was covered with clean mats—in fact, it is very difficult to f

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ind dirty mats in Japan—and our travellers had followed the universal custom of removing their boots as they entered the front door. One of the

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complaints that the Japanese make against foreigners is that the latter often enter their houses without removing their boots, no matter if tho

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se boots are covered with mud and bring ruin to the neat mattings. It is always polite to offer to remove your foot-covering on going inside a J

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apanese dwelling, and a rudeness to neglect the offer. If the weather is dry and your shoes are clean, the host will tell you to remain as you a

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re, and then you will be quite right to do so. There was a laugh all around at the oddity of the situation in which the boys found themselves

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. They tried various positions in front of the

little table that had been spread for them, but no

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y sat flat on the floor, but all to no purpose. They

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novelty, and they thought their schoolmates would envy them if they knew where they were. The dinner consisted of stewed fish for the first course, and it was so thoroughly stewed that it resembled a

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oup. Then they had cold fish with grated radishes, and, finally, a composite dish of hard-boiled eggs, cut in two, and mixed with shrimps and seaweed. The table was cleared after each course

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sort of vinegar flavored with spices of different kinds, and in which each mouthful of food was dipped before it was swallowed. It is said that our word "sauce" comes from the Japanese (or C

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