One of most common Japanese expressions that has no direct translation in English, is itadakimasu ( which literally means ’I am receiving something’).
It’s said before eating a meal and can basically be equated with ‘saying grace’ or saying “bon appetite”. It is used to show a person’s gratitude for the food they are about to eat and is said before a family or group meal commences.
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