Dining in Japanese Restaurants
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While you're in Japan, you'll hopefully get the chance to dine out at least a few times. But if you want to do so stress-free, you'll need to be aware of a few key differences and manners. Today we look over some distinct features of Japanese restaurants that will help you focus on what you really want to do: enjoy the food.

Today's phrase: 



Meaning: "excuse me," "I'm sorry" [polite, not honorific]

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