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I always sit on the floor to eat anyway because when it's lunchtime for school I can't find any tables and chairs to eat on.
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I think most Japanese families eat at dining tables today. I married a Japanese woman from a VERY traditional family and we NEVER ate on the floor. However, during dinner after grandma-san's funeral, some of the guests ate in a different room, sitting in chairs or on a sofa and using a coffee table to hold their drinks and food trays when they weren't eating or drinking.
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