Wednesday, November 24, 2021

November 24, 2021

Thank For The Food In Japanese. There are two thankyous for before and after eating. This is usually said after you have finished the food

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For the pronunciation, view this helpful video from japanesepod101: And the origin of itadaku is thought to come from the japanese custom of receiving an offering from a buddhist alter or a gift from someone of a higher rank, which both require that you receive the gift from above your head. ★ gochisōsama deshita means thanks for the food. gochisō literally means feast, so the literal translation is something like it was a feast. ★ japanese people say this after eating to express their gratitude for the food.

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The combination of domo with arigato has the effect of reinforcing the power of your thanks. Pour some of the soy sauce mixture on the tofu. ★ gochisōsama deshita means thanks for the food. gochisō literally means feast, so the literal translation is something like it was a feast. ★ japanese people say this after eating to express their gratitude for the food. Add cooked oil to mixture.