Airport in Japanese
If you're traveling by air in Japan, you need to know what to say at the airport in Japanese. The Rocket Japanese team is here to help!
Not sure how much luggage you can take? Wondering how long you’ll stop over? Need to ask what time you should be at the gate? We’ve got it covered. Stick with us and you’ll be sure to get on the plane safely and on time - in Japanese!
Let's get started on the airport in Japanese!
How to say Airport in Japanese
Important airport words
Here are some important words you will need to use at the airport:
Japanese airport phrases
Now, here are the important questions that you will need when checking in at the counter (“chekku in kya un tā”). Listen to each word and its English translation and repeat the words aloud.
とうじょうぐち には いつ ごろ いくべき でしょうか
Tōjōguchi niwa itsu goro ikubeki deshōka ?
When do I have to be at the gate?
ビザ の ゆうこう きげん は いつ ですか
Biza no yūkō kigen wa itsu desuka?
How long is the visa valid for?
Some people prefer window seats, some want to sit close to the aisle. I always ask for a window seat, that way I can get a first impression of the city we are going to land in, from above. Whichever one you prefer, here are the Japanese words for it…
まど がわ の せき を おねがいします
Mado gawa no seki o onegaishimasu.
I would like to have a window seat, please.
Here are some possible answers you might get…
ごしゅっぱつ じこく の じゅうご ふん まえ までに とうじょう ぐち に いって ください
Goshuppatsu jikoku no jūgo fun mae madeni tōjō guchi ni itte kudasai.
You have to be at the gate 15 minutes prior to departure.
もうしわけ ございませんが、 まど がわ の せき は すべて ふさがって います
Mōshiwake gozaimasenga, mado gawa no seki wa subete fusagatte imasu.
Unfortunately, we don't have any window seats left.
きない しょく は けいしょく と ゆうしょく が でます
Kinai shoku wa kēshoku to yūshoku ga demasu.
We'll serve a snack and dinner.
きない もちこみ てにもつ は ひとつ まで です
Kinai mochikomi tenimotsu wa hitotsu made desu.
You can only take one piece of hand luggage.
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