We have summarized various ways to say “Thank you in 10 Ways Of Saying Thank You In Japanese”. But how about saying “Thank you” in the business context? Let’s look at how to say “Thank you” for business today.
Question: I am attending a short course at a Japanese university. I am going to give a presentation in front of Japanese students at my tutorial. The presentation is in English but I want to use some Japanese expressions. How should I say “Thank you for listening” at the end of presentation?
I went to Japan for holiday and stayed at a Japanese inn for the first time. We were served dinner at our room and the food was so delicious. The inn staff came after dinner to clear away the plates. I’ve learned the phrase “itadakimasu” which is said before mealtimes. I want to say “Thanks for the food” after the dinner. How should I say it in Japanese?
I went to Japan for holiday and we stayed at a Japanese inn for the first time. When we were there, the staff served us dinner in our room.
We had sashimi and even a small hotpot, just like what my friends had been posting on their Instagram! When the staff said “さあ、どうぞ召し上がってください saa, doozo meshiagattekudasai” (Enjoy your food), I wanted to reply “Thanks for the food” but how do I say it in Japanese?
My parents have acted as host parents for many years to Japanese overseas students who came to study at our local universities. When my father passed away, a few of these former overseas students whom he had previously hosted actually came all the way from Japan for his funeral. I was very touched by their kind gesture. I cannot speak any Japanese, but I want to say “Thank you for coming” in a thank-you letter. What should I say?
If you’ve watched a few Japanese movies or dramas, you may have heard the word arigatoo. Arigatoo is a fast way of saying “thank you” in Japanese. But do you know that there are many ways of saying “thank you”? […]
Answer by Japanese teacher Explanation “-masu(〜ます)” and “-mashita (〜ました)” are Japanese suffixes that represent “tense”. Understanding the role of these suffixes can help you understand the differences between words like “Arigatoo gozaimasu” and “Arigatoo gozaimashita”. -masu(〜ます): Current tense and future […]