Video:Learn Japanese Grocery Shopping Phraseswith Kyoko
When headed into a Japanese food store, it may be helpful to know some Japanese grocery shopping phrases. Here, learn some basic and common Japanese grocery shopping phrases.See Transcript
Transcript:Learn Japanese Grocery Shopping PhrasesHi. I'm Kyoko with ilanguageschool.com here for About.com. Let's learn some Japanese. Today I'm going to show you a few phrases for when you are grocery shopping.
Basic Japanese Grocery Shopping PhrasesSumimasen. Pan wa doko desuka? / Excuse me. Where is bread?
Pan wa massugu itte hidari gawa ni arimasu. Go-annai shimasu node, kochira e douzo. / Go straight and it'll be on your left. I'll show you. Please come this way.
Hai. Anou…gyuunyuu wa doko desuka? / OK….Well, where is milk?
Nyuu-seihin wa reji no chikaku ni arimasu. Ima kita tokoro o modotte, reji o toorisugiruto, migi gawa ni arimasu. / Dairy is near the cashier, Go back to where we came, go past the cashier, and it'll be on your right.
Ah, sou desuka. Arigatou gozaimashita. / I got it. Thank you.
Dou itashi mashite / You're welcome.
Vocab for Japanese Grocery ShoppingVocabulary:
- Sumimasen – Excuse me
- Pan – Bread
- Hidari gawa – Left
- Gyuunyuu – Milk
- Nyuu-seihin – Dairy
- Arimasu – to be
- Desuka – indicates a question
- Hai – Ok
- Arigatou – Thank you
- Dou itashi mashite – You're welcome
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