souvenirs du japon
Love the cat ceramics and the 7 lucky gods. Did you bring these home for yourself or just see them there?
Did you write Japanese words yourself ? Very good! Your Hiragana and Katakana on this illustration are perfect.
@mugitea : never noticed it was luky gods!! ans yes i bring them back home
@hayatenokouji : yes it’s me that wrote the japanese words! but i don’t know what they mean. ^_^
can you translate this for me?
Hayatenokouji > I can read the Japanese, but I cannot understand the meaning. I would also like to see a translation.
Hi! Thank you for comments.
OK.I try to transrate this Japanese.
The Cute Cat in the upper left say “Go-chi-sou-sa-ma, Nyan”. “Go-chi-sou-sa-ma” mean “Thank you for the food”.
When we’re done eating, together with both hands, we say “Go-chi-sou-sa-ma”.
“Nyan” mean cat’s voice.
While traveling in Japan, you can try use “Gochisou sama”.
thank you so much for this translation
before eating you have to say itadakimasu don’t you?
Watashi wa Nihon ga suki desu!
Oh of course, gochisousama! Now I feel so dumb, but I could not enlarge the photo properly to get a good look at the handwriting and I was reading some sounds incorrectly. Thanks for clearing this up!
That’s right,we say itadakimasu before eating.
I’m very happy that you try to use the Japanese.
See you on this website. Mata ai ma shou!
I think that Japanese language is very difficult.
I’m very happy that you are interested in Japan.
See you on this website.
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