Must Know Japanese Phrases for EATING at Restaurants in Japan | Watch Before You Go

How to order in Japanese at a Japanese Restaurant. Practice Japanese phrases at before you come to Japan. Learning these 15 Japanese language phrases will help you in situations when you first enter a Japanese restaurant, when you are ordering from a Japanese menu, if you are trying to ask Vegan in Japanese, Halal in Japanese or Vegetarian in Japanese or even different types of food allergies in Japanese. Not only will these Japanese phrases help when eating at a Japanese restaurant, but also how to order Starbucks in Japanese. These basic Japanese phrases will help you order food in Japanese.

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25 thoughts on “Must Know Japanese Phrases for EATING at Restaurants in Japan | Watch Before You Go

  1. I just took my family of 6 to Japan a few weeks ago. 4 of us are allergic to various seafood things. Thanks to you guys I could navigate the Japanese restaurant and none of had any allergic reactions–one shop owner even asked me why my Japanese was so good! arigatou gozaimasu!

  2. Im japanese.
    Complement: When you come to japan and eat in restaurant, I hope you to say "itadakimasu(いただきます、i-ta-da-ki-ma-su) before you start to eat. This phrase means you thank for everyone who involved your meal.

  3. This is very helpful. As someone who doesn't speak the language natively I feel like you understand what type of help your viewers are looking for.

  4. i had a plan for coming to japan, this is so helpful, im afraid using google translate gave me a rude sentences for them, thank you

  5. @paolo

    Can you get away with not knowing Kanji(or very few), but being fluent in Hiragana & Katakana?
    I know kids transition to Kanji really quick so I'm worried I'm not gonna be fluent in Kanji

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