"Asameshimae" is used when expressing that something is easy. It literally means "time before breakfast", so it implies you can do something in very short time. This is as same as English phrase "piece of cake".does this sound natural?
"Asameshimae" is used when expressing that something is easy in Japanese. It literally means "time before breakfast", so implies you can do something in very short amount of time. This is the equivalent to the English phrase "a piece of cake".
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