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asa
morning
hiru
afternoon
ban / yoru
sunset till late
gohan
food
shukuhaku >un<
hotel
ryokan
japanese-style hotel
minshuku
smaller hotels usually family run
itadakimasu
"i'm going to eat" should say it whenever you are about to eat
obon
tray
chigaimasu
another way of saying no
gohan
rice
shooyu
soy sauce
ocha
tea
tsukemono
pickles
sakana
fish
tamago
fish eggs cooked in hot springs
misoshiru
thicker miso soup
nori
thing used to wrap sushi
toofu
tofu
hashi
chopsticks
gochisoo sama deshita
that was a feast - said after you eat
o somatsu sama deshita
it wasn't much of a meal. Said if you get a compliment for making a meal.
atsui
hot
samui
cold
iitenki
pleasant whether
iyanatenki
unpleasant weather
so desu ne
a response to any statement that ends in ne
shitsure shimasu
the goodbye used in business situations
ja, mata
"goodbye" or literally "well, see you again" -- very informal between friends
oyasuminasai
can be used as goodbye late at night as well as when going to bed. Can be shortened to "oyasui" between friends
shinjuku
a large train station in tokyo
dewa
means the same thing as ja in some situations
iie
a reply to arigato - means something like "not at all"
ii
good
suiei
swimming
hooshi
hat/cap
ushi
cow
tenin
salesperson
jishin
earthquake