Airplane in Japanese
Traveling around Japan on vacation or business? Need to know what to say on the airplane in Japanese? You can make sure your journey goes smoothly by learning a few useful Japanese words and phrases before you depart in this free Rocket Japanese lesson.
How do you say ticket and passport in Japanese? What’s the Japanese word for luggage? You’ll learn these important words and more. We’ll also show you how to ask the flight attendants for what you need in Japanese. We hope you won’t need to explain that something has gone wrong with your travel plans, but just in case, we’ll teach you how to do that too.
Pronouncing airplane in Japanese
How to pronounce Japanese airplane words
Useful Japanese airplane phrases
Imagine you are on a flight from America to Japan. It’s a long way, so make sure you know how to ask for a drink or an extra blanket in case you are cold. It’s also important to know what “Shīto beruto wo shikkari oshime kudasai” means. Repeat the new words aloud to practice your pronunciation.
すみません、 おみず を おねがい します
Sumimasen, omizu o onegai shimasu.
I would like to have a glass of water.
すみません、 ちょっと さむい です。 もうふ は ありますか
Sumimasen, chotto samui desu. Mōfu wa arimasuka?
I'm cold, do you have a blanket?
シート ベルト を しっかり おしめ ください
Shīto beruto o shikkari oshime kudasai.
Please fasten your seatbelt.
ヘッド セット/ヘッド ホン が こわれて います
Heddo setto/heddo hon ga kowarete imasu.
My headset doesn't work
Once you arrive at the airport you will have to collect your luggage. Simply follow the signs to the “Te nimotsu uketori ba/jyo” and make your way to the “Nyūkoku shinsa”. Listen to the Audio link below to hear the pronunciation…
Hopefully you won’t need to use the following phrases, but it’s still handy to know them.
わたし の にもつ が はそん して います
Watashi no nimotsu ga hason shite imasu.
My luggage got damaged.
のりつぎ びん に のりおくれ ました
Noritsugi bin ni noriokure mashita.
I've missed my connecting flight.
Knowing how to use these essential Japanese travel phrases will give you more confidence next time you’re traveling by plane in Japan. I hope you enjoyed the lesson!
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