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This is a podcast and website for studying Japanese

    Podcast 01: Lesson – How to ask your friends to hang out in Japanese

    Podcast 01: Lesson – How to ask your friends to hang out in Japanese

    In this podcast, you will learn how to ask your friends to hang out with you in natural fluent Japanese. You can listen to the various dialogues that will help you drill useful phrases in Japanese so you can improve your listening skills and become more fluent.

    • 23 min
    Fun Friday #13: Coronavirus in Japan

    Fun Friday #13: Coronavirus in Japan

    This is the Fun Friday edition of Learn Japanese Pod. This is where we speak to cool people doing cool things in Japan. In this episode I talk to Japan veteran Andy about life in Japan during the Coronavirus.

    For more podcasts visit http://learnjapanesepod.com

     

    • 52 min
    Podcast 31: Convenience Store Japanese

    Podcast 31: Convenience Store Japanese

    In this podcast Ami and Alex teach you some useful Japanese phrases for going shopping at a convenience store in Japan.

    • 51 min
    Podcast 31: Just the dialogues

    Podcast 31: Just the dialogues

    These are the Japanese dialogues for podcast #31: Convenience Store Japanese.

    Introduction 

    In this podcast you will learn useful Japanese phrases for shopping at a convenience store. Understanding the polite language used by convenience store staff can be a little confusing at first. However, if you learn common set phrases it’s not that hard to understand. 

    Main Dialog (Japanese)

    A: いらっしゃいませ、お次の方どうぞ.

    B: ファミチキを一つとハッシュポテトを一つお願いします。

    A: こちら温めますか。

    B: はい、お願いします

    A: お箸をお付けしますか。

    B: はい、お願いします。

    A: 袋お分けしますか。

    B: 大丈夫です。

    A: ポイントカードはお持ちですか。

    B: はい。

    A: 1500円になります。1万円からでよろしいですか。

    B: はい

    A: ありがとうございました

    Main Dialog ( Japanese pronunciation)

    A: Irasshaimase, otsugi no kata dōzo.

    B: Famichiki o hitotsu to Hasshu potato o hitotsu onegaishimasu.

    A: Kochira atatamemasu ka.

    B: Hai, onegai shimasu.

    A: Ohashi o otsuke shimasu ka.

    B: Hai, onegai shimasu.

    A: Fukuro owake shimasu ka.

    B: Daijōbu desu.

    A: Pointo kaado wa omochi desu ka.

    B: Hai.

    A: Sen gohyaku ni narimasu. Ichi man en kara yoroshii desu ka.

    B: Hai

    A: Arigatō gozaimasu.

    Main Dialog (English)

    A: Welcome, next customer please.

    B: One Famichiki (fried Family Mart chicken) and one hashed potato please.

    A: Would you like it heated?

    B: Yes, please.

    A: Would you like chopsticks with that?

    B: Yes, please/

    A: Would you like to use seperate bags?

    B: No, that’s fine.

    A: Do you have a point card?

    B: Yes.

    A: That’ll be 1500 yen. Shall I give you change from this 10,000 yen bill?

    B: Yes.

    A: Thanks.

    Extra Phrases

    Saying Yes and No 

    To recap, when talking to Konbini staff you’ll mostly say:

    はい、お願いします – Hai, Onegai shimasu – Yes please

    大丈夫です – Daijōbu desu – No, it’s OK

    Ordering stuff

    One useful phrase is これ一つお願いします Kore o hitotsu onegai shimasu – which means I’ll have one of that. When you aren’t sure of the name for something, you can point and say that. So usually at the register or レジ reji – there’ll be a glass case with hot food such as fried chicken, potato and other foods. Sometimes the kanji can be hard to read so just point and say これ一つお願いします Kore o hitotsu onegai shimasu

    Bags

    One thing you’ll definitely be talking about is plastic bags. Here are some useful phrases:

    袋にお入れしますか

    Fukuro oire shimasu ka.

    Do you need a bag?

    袋お分けしますか

    Fukuro owake shimasu ka.

    Shall I put these in separate bags?

    このままでよろしいでしょうか

    Kono mama de yoroshii deshō ka

    Do you want it just like this. You don’t need a bag right?

    袋は結構です

    Fukuro wa kekkō desu

    No, I don’t need a bag.

    Asking if you want chopsticks and other cutlery

    Another thing you will almost definitely be asked is if you want chopsticks, a spoon, a straw etc.

    お箸はご利用ですか

    Ohashi wa goriyō desu ka

    Will you be using chopsticks

    お箸をお付けしますか

    Ohashi o otsuke shimasu ka

    Do you want chopsticks? (Shall I add chopsticks?)

    スプーンをお付けしますか

    Supuun o otsuke shimasu ka

    Do you want a spoon?

    ストローをお付けしますか

    Sutoroo o otsuke shimasu ka

    Do you want a straw?

    Point card

    Another thing that might throw you off is point cards. Many konbini have customer loyalty point cards which allow you to build up points every time you make a purchase. So they’ll usually say:

    ポイントカードはお持ちですか

    Pointo kaado wa omochi desu ka

    Do you have a point card?

    Random Phrase of the Week

    居留守 Irusu – To pretend to not be at home

    or

    居留守を使う Irusu

    • 1m
    Podcast 31: Notes

    Podcast 31: Notes

    These are the PDF show notes for podcast #31: Convenience store Japanese.

    For more podcasts visit http://learnjapanesepod.com

    Podcast 30: Talking about your plans for the year

    Podcast 30: Talking about your plans for the year

    In this podcast Ami and Alex teach you some useful phrases and dialogues to talk about you plans for the year in natural, fluent Japanese.

    For more podcasts go to http://learnjapanesepod.com

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