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Japanese Travel Phrases (Survive in Japan) | Max's Japanese for Beginner

Dai Max, Japanese Teacher:Video Creator

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9 Lessons (30m)
    • 1. Intro: WELCOME!

      2:13
    • 2. Skit 1: Greetings

      0:59
    • 3. Explanation 1: Greetings

      6:18
    • 4. Skit 2: Station

      1:19
    • 5. Explanation 2: Station

      8:10
    • 6. Skit 3: Clothing Store

      1:05
    • 7. Explanation 3: Clothing Store

      4:36
    • 8. Skit 4: Getting Lost

      1:00
    • 9. Explanation 4: Getting Lost [Last Video]

      4:27

About This Class

Hi, I'm Max.

I'm from Japan, and I have been teaching Japanese to English speakers for a couple of years.

In this course, you will learn some of the most important/useful Japanese phrases.

The scenes covered in this course are:

  • Greetings
  • Stations
  • Restaurants
  • Clothing Stores
  • Getting Lost

This course covers not only basic phrases that everyone needs to know, but also very useful phrases which most of the people who travel to Japan do not know but definitely should know.

The course consists of 2 parts:

  1. Entertaining Short Skits
  2. In-Detail Explanation Videos

There are Japanese subtitles, English subtitles, and the pronunciation of Japanese available on the screen throughout the course.

So, whether you can read Japanese or not, you can learn all the phrases easily!

* Tips to get the most of this course *

  • Watch the videos many times until you are comfortable with the phrases
  • Pause and slow down the videos if needed

So! I hope you enjoy the course, and get ready to go to Japan anytime :)

See you in the videos!

- Max

Transcripts

1. Intro: WELCOME!: Hey, guys, I'm gonna help you learn some of the most important Japanese phrases. Check it out. Hey, I'm Max. I'm from Japan, and I have been teaching Japanese to English speakers for a couple of years. Are you interested in traveling to Japan, or are you already planning to go to Japan sometime soon? Or maybe you're learning Japanese too. If so, you must be so excited. But you also might be concerned about a lot of things. But don't worry about the language barrier, because I'm gonna help you out through this course. In this course, you will learn trouble slash survival phrases in Japanese with short skits. Hold by in detail explanation videos. By the way, the skits are gonna be breeding in containing for your convenience. I put Japanese subtitles English subtitles And the permanence ation off Japanese on the screen. This course will cover some of the most common scenes you will encounter when you traveled to Japan, such as greetings, stations, restaurants, shopping malls, especially clothing stores, and getting loss. At the end of this course, you will be at least a little more confident. You know this worry, Leslie, to get the most of this course, I would recommend you to watch the tedious over and over again until you're comfortable with the phrases out Lee's phrases, which are balding and also opposed the videos or slowed down the planes speed if needed. So I hope you enjoy the course and see you soon. 2. Skit 1: Greetings: you are Has your much day marks of this It you're scorning? I seem us. So you must Well, not my watch. Author leaders, New engine in this car on Ottawa. America's in this car. You had the haunting this. Oh, Jean, no new challenging that all. We must end this. Stop. Uh, that is over this year Yoku, you wanted my suit A sword? This car demo Sammie Marcel over this year. De la sale not up, Sighel not all. 3. Explanation 1: Greetings: right. So this video is an explanation. Video off greetings. So the first phrase is konnichiwa. Konichiwa. Need t. What? And this means hello? Just simply. Hello. So whenever you want to talk to someone, just say called need to, uh, call me to up. Right. And the next phrase is Haji Mama. State hygiene May must see that, huh? G ma, she has you must. And this means. Nice to meet you. Nice to meet you. Okay, So whenever you see someone for the first time, just say has you must it? That's me. You, right? And the next one is blank. This blank, this suit blank that suit blank. This. Okay, so in the blank, you just put your name. Okay, So in my case, I say, Marx, this Marx facilities because Max Max is my name, and I use Max as my name. And then you say you put your name in those two south circles, okay? On the screen. So, Mark, this is this. I'm Max. Well, if your name is, for example, Michael, you can say my kid of this, okay? Or you can say Michael this and then people understand what you say and people know your name. All right. And the next one is Euro Shkolnik Ice mass. Your or she Koenig. I see. Must your law see good old neg? I e. Seamus, This one is kind of long, but you just gotta know that, right? But there is no direct translation for this phrase in English. So there's a lot off meanings in this phrase ad spending on the context depending on scenes in which you are but in the skin, which you just watched. I used this phrase as I hope I get to know you better. I hope I get to know you better. So whenever you say Euro Shkolnik isom us for the first time meeting that gives the person who is who you are speaking to a good feelings are good impression off you. So whenever you meet someone for the first time, make sure to say this phrase And the next phrase is Well, now my Iowa Woonam Iowa or Nam Iowa or not my a what? And this means your name is in English. Okay. Your name is so which means what's your name, right. So when you want to know the name of the person who you're talking to, You can just simply ask Nam Iowa on, um, Iowa. This phrase actually just means name. Just name, but I wanted to make it as simple as possible because the purpose of this course is Teoh. Help you learn useful phrases in when you go to Spain when you travel to Japan and if it's too complicated, you might not be able to memories everything, and you might not be able to use it. So I just made its simple but Japanese people. We judge, these people actually used this phrase a lot when we forced me someone. Okay. And the next one is height. Hi, E height. And this means yes. Whenever you want to say yes, just say hi. All right. And then next one in Ottawa, not Iowa. And this means end you. Or how about you? What about you? So when someone asks, you ask something about you, you answer the question. But you want to know about them too. So you just can't. You can just say I'm not that well. And you? What about you? How about you? Oh, by the way, I'm sorry. This is now. Monitor this is Ana. What? All right. I'm sorry I made a typo, but this is an Ottawa. I'm sorry. And then next one is e e a. This means no, just simply No. Okay, So whenever you want to say no, just say yet. Next one go menos I go men Nazi go may not see. This means I'm sorry. So when you're sorry, just say this price and then people will Oh, that's okay. That's right. That's right. And what's next is that's all right. That's OK. I'm OK. I'm fine. I'm all right. This is a dye job this year. Dye job. They cio di e job your job. This means that's OK. That's all right. I'm okay. I'm all right. So whenever you want to say, Oh, that's all right. That's okay. I'm okay. I'm right. You can just say dye job this year, all right? And then the last one is semi Masin. Sumi Masin. So meat might set cinemas in this means. Excuse me, Or it could mean I'm sorry as well or in this kid I used semi Mazin as I'm sorry, but in the following skits, I'm gonna use cinemas and as Excuse me, so just stay tuned right? The next skit is gonna be at a station, so stay tuned 4. Skit 2: Station: Cinema San Dullness. I must a car. It will talk curricula for this car. Pull like you are. Not a whole lot. So was I must Toyota's must nominee, you know? Then shower. It's this car, Judy. Tedious your well, So you descend there in my mother. Judas. Your shooting one. Nanjie this car. Julie, teach this net It jihads Giggles. Saigon on Disney. Hey, saw this. What? Cuddy must stop. Then shots. Can I sold its name in a can On a day I I Did You come, Matty muscle. It is a Congo. Okay, we'll kick Some are shooting nothing nutty. My style, Uh 5. Explanation 2: Station: Okay, so this video is an explanation Video for station phrases. The 1st 1 is blank. Kira Deco. This Scott Blank Kiwa, Dakota Scott Blank E Kiwa taco. This or this phrase means ways the train bound for blank. So you put the name of the place where you want to go in the blank. So, for example, in this kid, I used Tokyo as an example, and I said, Tokyo in Cuba Eliska poco loco. And that means where is the train bound for Tokyo, for example. If you want to go to Nagoya, you can say not going like you are. Don't go this car or whatever you want to go. Okay. And next one is notifiable. Now to hold all not do whole bowl. Not a little. Well, not a whole, though is really a useful phrase. Well, I personally use this phrase a lot on a daily basis, because when you want to say I see all right. Okay. I see you can just say not. Hold on, hold on. So, depending on how you say it, you sound really different. For example, when you say on a whole, though it sounds more like Oh, yeah, That's really cool. I see. But when you say that although it sounds really in different, you know? So you seem like you don't really care about what they're saying or something like that. So just be careful off how you say, But this is this phrase is really, really useful. That hotel And next one, this one, this phrase you must know when you go to Japan, we gotta was Amos rd Gatto goes I must the god goals I e by suit. Aristotle was I must. This means thank you. Thank you. And this phrase is a polite way to say thank you. If you are with your friends and you want to say thanks or something, you can just say Arigato the first part off this phrase. But most likely you're not gonna be with your friends who can speak Japanese, right? That's why it may be your taking this course. So So when you say when you want to say thank you to someone, then say Ariaudo was I must with a smile. Okay. And then the next one is, though it doesn't must door. It has mustard, though he must go see Deutsche does must this means you're welcome. So when someone thanks you just say Doritos mustard and you sound polite The next phrases. So you know they inshallah, to this Scott to G No. Then, inshallah, it's this car to G. No debt, Inshallah, Eat to death suit. This means when is the next train? When is the next train? So the word dementia means train in the it's this car means When is it So whenever you want us to ask when it is when something is, you can say it's this car In this specific case I'm asking when is the next train? I want to know when the next train is coming. Ok, so I said so. You know they Inshallah, it's this cup. When is the next train? Because I want to know that a state at the station And you might want to know when the next train is coming When you go to bed and the next one is shooting lot. Nandi Scott shoot and lot Nanjie This Scott shoot then what? Not in g This this means what time is the last train shooting is the last train you could say Shoot them. What? It's this Cup as you I show, Do you hear? It's this guy. This means when is it right? So you could say shooting. Why, It's this guy as well. But I wanted to give you a little more variations, so I used non Judas Scott, Which means What time is it? Okay, what time is it? So when you don't know what time it is, you can ask someone Nanjie, discard. And then they're gonna tell you what time it is now. So you can use none of this guy in that way as well. But in the skate, I said shoot. And what, Nancy? This, Scott? Because I wanted to know what time the last train waas the next one. This phrase is really useful to so this so this soul this sold their suit. So this this means That's right. It is so yes, that's right. So when someone that asks you something and if that if what they say is correct, you can just say so This For example, if someone asks you if you're for example Japanese and if you are Japanese, you can say so. This right? Okay. And the next one is the last one Wachati must stop. Wachati! Massive car! The Kadima Stop! This means I understand. I get it. I got it. I understand. So whenever you understand what someone says to you, you can say what? God, He must stop. Okay. All right. And one more thing that you might want to know when you go to Japan is how to say the time . So one o'clock is btg e t g. Each means one and G means time or oclock in this case. So 11 o'clock it's easy. Two o'clock nisi knee is too needy. 30 clock is Sanji. Sanji, Son is three in a four o'clock Yossi Yossi, 50 clock Goji six oclock local seven o'clock, Stevie or Nana G Either one is fine. 80 clock. Hot, easy! 90 clock. Busy 10 o'clock. Juicy 11 oclock Jui tze 12 o'clock, June Easy. Right now You know how to say the time. So when you ask someone what time it is and they answer you and you will know what time it is or what time the train is in this specific case, All right. And the next skid is gonna be at a restaurant 6. Skit 3: Clothing Store: you know, show you must say nanny car. Also cash desk are their job this stock car Hai Dozo corrected as I are, you gotto goes. I'm us sons. And in this you have up a t m. Ah, this car. Ah, Sumi Masin. Coach it on. You are a team or nine suit. Ah, Saw this car card. What came a scar. Hi. Well, toodle Oh, John coddled in. But he got togas. Amos Madonna, go right in. O machi, She Tomasz. 7. Explanation 3: Clothing Store: All right, So this is an explanation Video for clothing store phrases. The first phrase is 90 calls on this card. Nanny got saga. She discard Danica. And this phrase means, Are you looking for anything? So when you enter a clothing store, they're gonna ask you this question. Nico, sell this car, but you might know Wanna interact with them. So what you should say when they ask you this question, you should say dye job, this dye job, This I'm good. I'm good. That's all right. I don't need it. All right, So this is how you avoid them at a clothing store, So just say this. But if you're looking for anything, just tell them what you're looking for. Dye job this di e job. The e job boot scheduled this and I'm good. And the next one is such a coup stem o e This Scott, This phrase is kind of long, but you might want to know this phrase because you wanna try something on at according store, right? So you can say she tackles stem. Oh, eat is cod. You see, the more e this called a sea tac kusi demo e stocks team leader Scott. This means Can I try this on? While you're showing the product you want to try, you can say stuck testimony that Scott. And then they will answer you height or yet? Well, most likely high. Which means, yes. Step testimony. This Scott in the next one is correct. Could as I could, as I according kudos correctly, this means I will buy this. Can I have this when you want to buy something? Just showed the product to them and then say corrected a site and they're gonna take you to the cash register. Correct? Could I say? And the next phrase is useful if you do not know when a TM is or if you do not have cash, but you want to withdraw cash, you might wanna ask them when a tm is right. So the phrase in Japanese is a t m u R Dr Scott a d m u r Don't go there. A t m Ooh ah, Don't go there. Soukup 80 Model Scott Wise. An 18. So just ask them this phrase. Okay? They're gonna tell you when a team is or they might not have in 18. Nobody knows and The last phrase is car door sky mascot kado uh, sky Muska car door. Want to car? Masuka? This means can I use occurred? Can I use a credit? Curt, if you're gonna pay with the card. Okay, Card. What's guy Muska? Right. So these are the phrases in clothing store section? Leslie, I want to mention that the voice actress who acted the workers out restaurant and a clothing store is actually a non native Japanese speaker who I have bean teaching Japanese to for a couple months. And she's doing really, really good. She components Japanese. Really well, soul. I asked hard Teoh be in the skits because I can't do the woman voice. What's gonna be really terrible if I tried? So I asked her to do that. And she has done really a good job. So if she can do that, you can do that to you can sound really while in Japanese too. So that's really a big motivation for you Japanese learners or for you travelers. And in the next skin. We're gonna cover phrases when you get lost. See you soon 8. Skit 4: Getting Lost: cinema san. This car a lot told going, You know, Scott. Uh, we gotta was Amos She we have Ah, this car. Well, this should be. And you are doing out there came a scar. We got the was I must Yeah. Toko Ah ha Jin meeting on this car. Yeah, a guard in this kiddo. Ho corn today. Oh, not a little Ma Tokyo hero. This got on it. How he made a hero today. It's a moment ago. This Ma come back to get us I oh, normal. 9. Explanation 4: Getting Lost [Last Video]: All right, So this video is an explanation Video for getting lost phrases. All right, The first phrase is synonymous in this car. Seamus and Coco Loco. This car Sumi massage Ochoa. So you learned cinemas in in the first skid in the forest explanation video. Which means Excuse me and Coco Oco. Discard means where is it? Here. Where am I? So when you lost, you might want to ask someone where you are. So show them your smartphone map, and then ask them Coco Loco, this Scott. And they're gonna tell you where you are when you get lost. This is really a useful phrase. When you get lost, the next phrase is blank. What? Tokyo this car Blank. What? Doc? Oh, this car blank. What? Doe cold there. Sukha blank. What does Scott and this means? Ways blank. Where is blank? You put the name of the place where you want to go in the blank. So in the skit, I asked him she bravado, Kaliska ways she beer so you can put any place you want to go in the blank anywhere. All right. In the next phrase is blank. Neela Toyota mascot blank Nua Oye, Terra E k Mascot Blank. Neela. Oye, Tara E k. Masuka. This means how can I get to blank? How can I get to the place? Oh, I'm sorry. I put she beer. She were here. But disease, this is black. OK, so how can I get to blank? So in the blank, you can put wherever you want to go. You are asking whoever you're talking to, how you can get to that place Blank Nua Toyota Ricky mascot. So in the skin, I asked him how I can get to Sheba. She re annual do at that became a Scot. And the next phrase is e A Yeah, yeah, yeah, yeah, yeah This means no problem. So when someone says thank you to you, you can just say yeah or Dorie doesn't mustache, which you learned in the previous video. Okay? Yeah, no problem. Maybe this one is easier than Dorie does. He must in the next phrase is gum. But they could Asai gum, but they could our site come back, Come back to get inside. This means good luck or try slash Do your best. Try your best. Do your best. Good luck. Come back to the site. I think you're gonna hear this phrase a lot. When you go to Japan, everybody says this phrase come back to go, to say OK, so this is the last phrase off this course. So this is the last video of this Japanese travel slash survival phrases Course. Thank you so much for taking this course. And I hope you have a great trip to Japan if you are traveling to Japan sometime soon or in the future. Also, I hope this course helped you learn important Japanese phrases. If you're Japanese learning, so see you in the next Max Japanese course and make sure to fall me on skills share for MAWR upcoming courses by