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Greetings! Konnichiwa! Jessica and Dragon talk about common Japanese greetings. If you are new to Japan or planning on coming to Japan then surely these greetings will be a great help to you when you get there. A few examples are shown below Konnichiwa. こんにちは。 Hello/Good Afternoon. Hajimemashite はじめまして。 Nice to meet you. Yoroshiku. よろしく。 Let’s get along. (casual) Ohayou
Lyrics Itoshi no Ellie (いとしのエリー) by Southern All Stars Romanji Nakashita kotomo aru tsumetaku shitemo nao Yorisou kimochi areba ii no sa Ore ni shite mirya kore de saigo no lady Eri my love so sweet Futari ga moshi mo samete me wo mirya tsurenakute Hito ni iezu omoide dake ga tsunoreba Kotoba ni tsumaru yoja koi wa owari ne
Performed by 坂本 九 (Sakamoto Kyū); Lyrics by 永 六輔 (Ei Rokusuke); Music by 中村 八大 (Nakamura Hachidai). Lyrics & Translation by AlphaGENIUS You may download this Printable image of the song: Romanji Ue o muite arukō namida ga koborenai youni omoidasu haruno hi hitoripocchi no yoru ue o muite arukō nijinda hoshi o kazoete omoidasu natsuno hi hitoripocchi no yoru shiawase wa
Part of grooving in a Japanese conversation has to do with mixing up expressions like “aah, hai” … “soo desu yo ne.” “mm” “ooh” and “ne?” You will hear these little words all around you on your first visit. Pay attention to how they get used. They are a great way to communicate warmth without having much to say.