Eating out in Japan can be a little intimidating if you can’t read the menu. But fear no more as we have gathered a few key phrases for you to enjoy your meal!
Once you learn a few basic words, ordering at a Japanese restaurant is not very difficult. This article will cover how to ask for recommendations.
When getting ready for a Japanese job interview, be prepared to answer these 4 key questions to improve your chances of getting the job.
Help save the environment by learning this key phrase for how to politely refuse plastic bags at the store.
In Japan many chain restaurants offer a take out option on their menu. In a country where every one’s busy working, this option is quite convenient. In this article we...
Japan is full of many great shopping options. In this article let’s learn how to make a purchase at a clothing store in Japan.
So far we’ve learned a few simple phrases on how to ask for an item and how to ask for a price of an item. In this article we’re learn...
How to ask how much something costs in Japanese will greatly help you with your shopping experience in Japan.
The bonodori is a spiritual dance to welcome the spirits. Every region has a local dance and a different music.
Shopping in Japan can be a daunting experience for new language learners. Even if you can read basic hiragana or katakana the different font styles and designs can make reading labels confusing.
In Japan, streets are not named but have numbers – with the exception of the main roads. Thus, finding your way around the cities can be challenging.
We are continuing our Essential Japanese series with a look at being able to ask where is something. Very similar to English, Japanese language has interrogative words and theyR...