Counting down with less than two months, I and my family are really looking forward to our maiden trip to Japan. For me it’s time to be busy brushing up my elementary Japanese language from myにほんごのほん. I can still remember most characters but still daunting me was これはにほんごでなんですか.
Some common words that travelers like me should know. For instance on shopping for food or souvenirs, I shall be asking ぃくらですか (how much is this?), looking for the washroom トイレはどこですか (where is the toilet?) or a simple gesture of thanks ど ぅも. Of course the reading part to with signs such asだぃがく(university), ぅけつけ (reception), くつぅリば (shoe department) and しょくどぅ(dining hall).
Recognizing also the need for some simple phrases to find your way like かぃしゃはなんじからなんじまでですか (what is the opening and closing time of the office?), だれときょとへぃきますか (whom do you go to Kyoto with?) and どこでぉはなみをしますか (where to view cherry blossoms?)
It feels so nice to recall these that I have learnt last summer. When I recalled more, I will be posting them soon…maybe ぁした (tomorrow)!
…keep browsing どぅもぁリがとぅござぃます