What Japanese people says the ritual phrases and learn to write its Japanese symbols
This is Takanori Tomita, podcasting the Japanese lessons from Japan.
Today's learn Japanese lesson is about the ritual phrase we use before and after eating.
Traditionally, we say "Itadakimasu" when we are about to eat or drink, and after finishing eating or drinking, we say "Gochisoo-samadeshita" in Japanese.
Basically, both of these Japanese phrases imply gratitude on the part of the speaker to the provider of the food or drink.
So, if you have a chance to have a dinner with Japanese people, make sure you say these rutual phrases.
Anyway, let's learn to speak Japanese, and write Japanese symbols.
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