Japanese Hotel phrases
Make sure you pack these Japanese hotel phrases in your bag before you travel to Japan! After this free audio lesson you'll be able to ask for what you need in Japanese, find your way around a Japanese hotel, and explain any concerns you might have to the hotel staff.
Even if you’re lucky enough to find the perfect hotel, you’ll need to know a few useful Japanese words and phrases to understand the staff assisting you, so let's start with some basics...
Pronouncing Japanese hotel phrases
As hard as you try, without helpful feedback your Japanese pronunciation is never going to be the same as a native speaker’s. If you've found it difficult to perfect the way you say Japanese words and phrases, this lesson will help you.
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Once you’ve checked in at a hotel, the receptionist will give you your key and tell you what room you’re in. By the way some hotels haven’t got a room number 4 or 9, because 4, “shi” literally means “death,” and 9, “ku” means “pain”.
You may wish to know where the following are…
You may also want to know:
If your room isn’t equipped with all the facilities you’d like, here are some useful phrases…
Here are some final words and phrases that might come in handy…
I hope you enjoyed this lesson.
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Mata oai shimashō!
Sayaka Matsuura Rocket Japanese