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How to order a coffee in a restaurant.

Today's Japanese language lesson is for you to practice ordering at a Japanese restaurant. An example given in this lesson is to ask for a coffee. You will learn how to order a coffee in Japanese.


First, practice your speaking in Japanese.
Ordering a coffee.

Person A (Taka) as a waitor Person B (Shi o) as a customer
May I help you in Japanese language May I help you?
Are you ready to order in Japanese Are you ready to order?
I’m ready. I am ready in Japanese
A cup of coffee, please May I a coffee in Jpanese
Certainly in Japanese Certainly.


Japanese language and phrases used in this conversation

Japanese language Pronunciation Meaning in English
May I help you in Japanese language I ra sha i ma se (Irashaimase)
Irashaimase is a phrase that shop clerks and waiters usually say to the customers at the beginning of the conversation. It expresses welcome.
Are you ready to order in Japanese Go chu mon wa o ki ma ri desu ka (Gochumon ha okimari desuka)
Gochumon ha okimari desuka ごちゅうもんはおきまりですか is the phrase a waiter say to a customer to ask if he/she have already decided what to order. If you have made up your mind at the moment, you can order what you want by using the expression listed above. If you haven’t you can simply say “mada desu(まだです)” to say no.
I am ready in Japanese Ki ma ri ma shi ta (Kimari mashita)
When you are asked if you have decided your order and the answer is yes, you can simply say Kimarimashitaきまり0ました and then your order.
May I a coffee in Jpanese Ko fey o hi to tu ku da sa i (Kohi wo hitotsu kudasai)
This is the most ordinary way to order a cup of coffee. Instead of the word “kohi”, that is coffee, you can put anything you wish to order like “kocha(こうちゃ)”for tea, “aisu kurimu(あいすくりーむ)”for ice-cream, “supagetii(スパゲティ)” for spaghetti, and so on.
Certainly in Japanese Ka shi ko ma ri ma shi ta (Kashikomari mashita)
Kashikomari mashitaかしこまりました is a phrase meaning “I’ll certainly do it” in a formal manner. Mainly shop clerks and waiters say it to their customers, and also you can use it at any formal situations like at the office. Less formal expression is “wakari mashita(わかりました)”.


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