Thank You For The Food In Japanese

Thank You For The Food In Japanese. When you say thanks for the food, why can't you just use arigato in the sentence? Only the user who asked this question will see who disagreed with this answer.

Educational infographic : Day 77 of 365. Itadakimasu Let's eat and thank you for the food! # ...
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Keto japanese food japanese keto appetizers. Comment by ariel on 07/22/2013 at 4:09 pm; Japanese people traditionally say, itadakimasu before a meal and gochisousama after a meal.

It is a japanese expression that does not exist in english and therefore is translated approximately.

'arigatou' is a fast and easy way to say thank you in japanese. The kanji 頂 means top and is often used for the top of the mountain. Arigato (often transcribed in arigatou) is the easiest way to say thank you in japanese. When ancient japanese people ate the food they gave the god as an offering or when they received something from someone who had a higher position, they would first bring it up to 頂, above the head to show the appreciation and the respect.