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Expressions used before and after a meal in Japan
It’s an essential phrase as it means that you humbly acknowledge how sacred the food is.
Let’s Learn Japanese: Numbers in Kanji
Learning Nihongo 日本語 is one of the most difficult things that I did and is still doing. There are many exceptions to the rules as well with their way of writing which makes me dizzy literally. But since I worked in Japan and had to interact with the Japanese staff in Nihongo, we had to take Nihongo lessons in the office.