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Published on Jan 19, 2016
http://www.zauo.com/en/ The idea of ‘how fun it would be to have a restaurant where you could fish on a boat’ was what gave birth to our creation, ‘ZAUO’. By preparing and eating fish that you have caught yourself, you can be truly grateful for life. Before you know it, you are experiencing food education in the middle of the city. Our goal is not just to entertain, but to educate our customers on appreciating life by catching and eating their own fish.
Through that process, one can truly understand the meaning of life and why we say our prayers "Itadakimasu" before every meal in Japan.
"Itadakimasu" most commonly translates to “Let’s eat” or “Bon Appetit,” but also means to receive; to accept. It is not surprising then that saying "Itadakimasu" before a meal is a significant part of Japanese etiquette.
The word is derived from the root "Itadaku” which means to teach respect and thanks for all living things around us. This extends to the plants, animals, farmers, chef, and everything else that went into creating the meal.