ラムネ lemon-flavored soda
屋台 (やたい) Yatai are street stalls that appear at festivals and events. Learn yatai foods and items.
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冷や酒 (ひやざけ) chilled sake
An izakaya is a bar-type restaurant where you sit down to have some drinks and share food. Learn izakaya foods and items.
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あ (a)
Learn ひらがな (hiragana) with food vocabulary.
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タコウィンナー (takouinnā)
Octopus-shaped sausage. Learn bento ingredients and items.
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ねぎ leek
Learn 野菜 (やさい) vegetable names in Japanese.
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親子丼 (おやこどん)
'Oyakodon' is an egg and chicken rice bowl. Learn Japanese 食堂 (しょくどう) diner dishes and items.
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カ (ka)
Learn カタカナ (katakana) with food vocabulary. Katakana is used for foreign and borrowed words, as well as plant and animal names.
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きゅうす Japanese tea pot
Learn 食器 (しょっき) tableware items and names.
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軍艦巻き (ぐんかんまき)
"Gunkanmaki" is literally "battleship roll." Learn 寿司 (すし) sushi toppings and vocabulary.
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はずかしい
Learn Japanese adjectives and how to express your feelings and emotions.
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つける ⇄ けす
Learn Japanese verb opposites. Remember them in pairs.
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一足、二足 (いっそく、にそく)
Learn how to count everyday items in Japanese.
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Shop Nihongo Goods
Phone cases, tote bags, pouches, notebooks, water bottles and more.
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ブラウス blouse
Learn 洋服 (ようふく) clothing, accessories, and shoes in Japanese.
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桜餅 (さくらもち)
Sakuramochi is a sakura-flavored rice cake wrapped in a salted cherry blossom leaf. Learn Japanese sweets.
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Voiced Hiragana (が・ざ・だ・ば)
Learn voiced hiragana characters with food vocabulary.
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メジャー tape measure
Learn 裁縫 (さいほう) sewing items and terminology.
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目薬 (めぐすり) eye drops
Learn 薬局 (やっきょく) drugstore items.
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ブレンド blended coffee
喫茶店 (きっさてん)—or 'kissa' for short —is a traditional type of Japanese coffee shop. Learn kissa menu items.
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メロンパン (melonpan)
A sweet bun with cookie-crust top that resembles a melon. "Pan" comes from pão, "bread" in Portugese. Learn Japanese bakery items.
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歩く (あるく) walk
Learn Japanese verbs using legs, knees, and feet.
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鉛筆 (えんぴつ)
Learn 文具 (ぶんぐ) stationery items in Japanese.
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ぽんず (ponzu) citrus-based sauce
Learn 調味料 (ちょうみりょう) seasonings and condiments in Japanese.
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Voiced Katakana (ガ・ザ・ダ・パ)
Learn voiced katakana characters with food vocabulary.
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炊飯器 (すいはんき) rice cooker
Learn 家電 (かでん) home appliances in Japanese.
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しゃもじ rice paddle
Learn 調理器具 (ちょうりきぐ) cooking tools in Japanese.
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How do you count bowls of rice?
一膳、二膳 (いちぜん、にぜん). Learn how to count food, dishes, and drinks in Japanese.
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ばんそうこう bandaid
The kanji 薬 (kusuri) means medicine. Learn 薬局 (やっきょく) drugstore items in Japanese.
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拭く(ふく)
Learn 動詞 (どうし) verbs using arms, elbows, hands, and nails.
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ティッシュペーパー facial tissue
Learn 日用品 (にちようひん) everyday household goods in Japanese.
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月曜日 (げつようび) Monday
Learn 曜日 (ようび) the days of the week and related vocabulary.
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熱(ねつ)がある have a fever
Learn 症状 (しょうじょう) medical symptoms in Japanese.
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歯ブラシ (はぶらし) toothbrush
Learn パーソナルケア personal care items in Japanese.
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洗う (あらう) wash
Learn 洗濯 (せんたく) laundry vocabulary and related verbs in Japanese.
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体温計 (たいおんけい) thermometer
Learn 医療用品 (いりょうようひん) medical supplies in Japanese.
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ちりとり dustpan
Learn 掃除用具 (そうじようぐ) cleaning supplies and tools in Japanese.
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一枚 (いちまい)、二枚 (にまい)
Learn how to count food and ingredients in Japanese.
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ワンピース dress
Learn waseieigo (Japanese-English) fashion terms.
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シートマスク sheet mask
Learn skincare and makeup items in Japanese.
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電気ケトル (でんきけとる) electric kettle
Learn 家電 (かでん) home appliances in Japanese.
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インスタントラーメン instant ramen
Learn instant ramen vocabulary and phrases.
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楽しい (たのしい) fun
Learn how to read the kanji 楽 and kanji compounds that use 楽.
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耳かき (みみかき) earpick
Learn personal care items in Japanese.
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聞く (きく)
Learn Japanese verbs using face parts.
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携帯ラジオ (けいたいらじお) portable radio
Learn 防災用品 (ぼうさいようひん) emergency supplies in Japanese.
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