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Infographic: Japanese Phrases for Dining Out Part 2

These are phrases you need to know when you dine out in Japan or when you work at a Japanese restaurant.

Infographic: essential Japanese phrases for dining out 2

Essential Japanese phrases for dining out part 2. Click on image to view full size.

For here or to go?
こちらでお召し上がりですか、お持ち帰りですか?
kochira de omeshiagari desu ka, omochikaeri desu ka.

I’ll eat here.
店内で食べます.
tennai de tabemasu.

To go, please.
持ち帰りでお願いします.
mochikaeri de onegai shimasu.

Can I see the menu, please?
メニューを見せていただけますか?
menyuu o misete itadakemasu ka.

I’ll have this one.
これをお願いします.
kore o onegai shimasu.

What would you like to drink?
お飲み物は何にしますか?
onomimono wa nani ni shimasu ka.

Is there anything else I can get you?
ほかに必要なものがありますか?
hoka ni hitsuyou na mono ga arimasu ka.


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Can I have a hand towel?
おしぼりをいただけますか?
oshibori o itadakemasu ka.

May I have a glass of water?
お水を1杯いただけますか?
omizu o ippai itadakemasu ka.

I want to order something else.
追加で注文をしたいのですが…
tsuika de chuumon o shitai no desu ga.

This is not what I ordered.
これは注文したものと違います.
kore wa chuumon shita mono to chigaimasu.

Can I change my order?
注文を変更できますか?
chuumon o henkou dekimasu ka.

Wait a moment, please.
少々お待ちください.
shoushou omachi kudasai.

Sorry to keep you waiting.
大変お待たせしました.
taihen omatase shimashita.

Please enjoy your meal.
ごゆっくりお召し上がりください.
goyukkuri omeshiagari kudasai.

I want to take the leftovers home.
残ったものを持ち帰りたいのですが…
nokotta mono o mochikaeritai no desu ga.

May I have the check, please.
お勘定/お会計をお願いします.
okanjou/okaikei o onegai shimasu.

I think the check is wrong.
お会計が違っているようです.
okaikei ga chigatte iru you desu.

Let’s split the bill.
割り勘にしましょう.
warikan ni shimashou.

Let me pay the bill.
わたしに払わせてください.
watashi ni harawasete kudasai.

Thank you for the meal.
ご馳走様でした.
gochisousama deshita.


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