Warm or Cool? How your Customer Feel through Oshibori
You know what is good things about Oshibori?
It's warm in winter and cool in summer.
In Japan, when you sit at a table in restaurant, you will see an Oshibori on the table or it is handed directly to you.
If it's winter, Oshibori is served by hot or warm temperature so that customer can get warmth through their hand. In summer, of course, you can refresh by its cool temperature.
This is the one of reasons why restaurant customers are grateful for goodwill from Oshibori hospitality!