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Japanese - Greetings

Konnichiwa Hello
Ohayo gozaimasu Good morning
Konbanwa Good evening; used at beginning of conversation, not end.
Oyasuminasai Good night (informal)
Sayonara Goodbye
Dewa mata See you
See you tomorrow Dewa mata ashita
Dewa mata raishu See you next week
Arigato gozaimau Thank you
Domo arigato gozaimasu Thank you very much
Arigato gozaimashtita Thank you (past)
Domo Thanks (for a small favor)
Arigato Thanks (informal)
Doitashimashite You're welcome
Lie Don't mention it
Sumimasen Excuse me
Hai Yes
Gomennasai I'm sorry
Domo sumimasen I'm sorry (polite)
Itadakimasu I accept (the food); used when you start eating as a signal "Let's start", before eating. You can say this to the person who is treating you the meal.
Gochisosamadeshita It was a wonderful feast (after eating); used when you finish eating. You can say this to thank the person who treated you the meal.
Iie No
Created by: formula1fan