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How to say Welcome In Japanese?

KanjiHiraganaKatakana
ζ­“θΏŽγ‹γ‚“γ’γ„γ‚«γƒ³γ‚²γ‚€
Pronunciation: kangei
How to Say It Outloud: kah-n-gay
Usage: Formal occasions like speeches or written welcomes
Example Sentence Japanese:あγͺγŸγ‚’ζ­“θΏŽγ—γΎγ™γ€‚
Example Sentence English:We welcome you.
KanjiHiraganaKatakana
γ„γ‚‰γ£γ—γ‚ƒγ„γΎγ›γ„γ‚‰γ£γ—γ‚ƒγ„γΎγ›γ‚€γƒ©γƒƒγ‚·γƒ£γ‚€γƒžγ‚»
Pronunciation: irasshaimase
How to Say It Outloud: ee-rah-shy-mah-seh
Usage: Commonly used by store staff to greet customers
Example Sentence Japanese:いらっしゃいませ、ご覧ください。
Example Sentence English:Welcome, please take a look.
KanjiHiraganaKatakana
γ‚ˆγ†γ“γγ‚ˆγ†γ“γγƒ¨γ‚¦γ‚³γ‚½
Pronunciation: youkoso
How to Say It Outloud: yo-ko-so
Usage: Used for welcoming people to a place like a home, country, or event
Example Sentence Japanese:ζ—₯ζœ¬γΈγ‚ˆγ†γ“γγ€‚
Example Sentence English:Welcome to Japan.
KanjiHiraganaKatakana
γŠε‡Ίγ§γ‚„γ™γŠγ„γ§γ‚„γ™γ‚ͺむデダス
Pronunciation: oideyasu
How to Say It Outloud: oh-ee-deh-yah-soo
Usage: Kyoto-ben (Kyoto dialect) version of welcome
Example Sentence Japanese:γŠε‡Ίγ§γ‚„γ™γ€δΊ¬ιƒ½γΈγ€‚
Example Sentence English:Welcome to Kyoto.

Dictionary

ζ­“θΏŽγ‹γ‚“γ’γ„Common wordjlpt-n3
Noun
Suru verb
Transitive verb
  • welcome; (warm) reception
θΏŽγˆγ‚€γ‹γˆCommon wordjlpt-n3
Noun
  • meeting; greeting; welcome
ζœ‰ι›£γ„γ‚γ‚ŠγŒγŸγ„Common wordjlpt-n2
I-adjective (keiyoushi)
  • grateful; thankful; welcome; appreciated; evoking gratitude
ζŽ₯εΎ…γ›γ£γŸγ„Common word
Noun
Suru verb
Transitive verb
  • entertainment (of guests; esp. in the corporate world); treating (to food and drinks); wining and dining
Place
  • Settai
γ‚ˆγ†γ“γγ‚ˆγ†γ“γCommon word
  • welcome
θ€³γ‚ˆγ‚ŠγΏγΏγ‚ˆγ‚ŠCommon word
Na-adjective (keiyodoshi)
Noun
  • welcome (news); inviting; encouraging; tempting; hopeful
いらっしゃいませいらっしゃいませCommon word
Expressions (phrases, clauses, etc.)
  • welcome
θΏŽγˆγ‚‹γ‚€γ‹γˆγ‚‹Common wordjlpt-n4
Ichidan verb
Transitive verb
  • to go out to meet; to receive; to welcome; to greet; to salute; to hail
Ichidan verb
Transitive verb
  • to call for; to summon; to invite
Ichidan verb
Transitive verb
  • to accept (e.g. as a member of a group or family); to take (e.g. a wife)
Ichidan verb
Transitive verb
  • to reach (a certain time, a point in one's life, etc.); to enter (a new phase, new era, etc.); to approach (e.g. death)
いらっしゃいいらっしゃいCommon wordjlpt-n3
  • come; go; stay
  • welcome
ε₯‰θΏŽγ»γ†γ’い
Noun
Suru verb
Transitive verb
  • welcome
ε€§ζ­“θΏŽγ γ„γ‹γ‚“γ’γ„Common word
Noun
Suru verb
Transitive verb
  • big welcome; welcoming greatly; being very welcome
ウェルカムウェルカムCommon word
Noun
  • welcome
ε–œγ°γ—γ„γ‚ˆγ‚γ“γ°γ—γ„Common word
I-adjective (keiyoushi)
  • joyful (news, event, etc.); joyous; delightful (e.g. result); pleasing (e.g. sight); gratifying; welcome; good; happy; glad; pleased
γ©γ†γžγ©γ†γžCommon wordjlpt-n5
Adverb (fukushi)
  • please; kindly; pray; I beg (of you)
Adverb (fukushi)
  • by all means; certainly; of course; (go) ahead; (feel) free (to); (you are) welcome (to); please (help yourself to)
Adverb (fukushi)
  • here you are
Suru verb
  • to give
ε–œγΆγ‚ˆγ‚γ“γΆCommon wordjlpt-n4jlpt-n2
Godan verb with 'bu' ending
Transitive verb
Intransitive verb
  • to be delighted; to be glad; to be pleased; to rejoice
Godan verb with 'bu' ending
Transitive verb
  • to congratulate
Godan verb with 'bu' ending
Transitive verb
  • to welcome (a proposal, advice, etc.); to take kindly to
Godan verb with 'bu' ending
Intransitive verb
  • to do with pleasure; to do gladly; to be happy (to do)
ζŒγ¦ζˆγ™γ‚‚γ¦γͺすCommon wordjlpt-n1
Godan verb with 'su' ending
Transitive verb
  • to treat (a guest); to receive; to entertain; to be hospitable to; to make welcome
γ‚γ‚“γγƒΌγ‚Œγ‚γ‚“γγƒΌγ‚Œ
Noun
  • welcome
ι‘˜γ£γ¦γ‚‚γͺγ„γ­γŒγ£γ¦γ‚‚γͺい
Expressions (phrases, clauses, etc.)
I-adjective (keiyoushi)
  • best one could ask for; just what one wants; welcome (news); heaven-sent
γ‚ˆγ†γŠγ“γ—γ‚ˆγ†γŠγ“γ—
  • welcome
ζŽ₯遇せ぀ぐう
Noun
Suru verb
Transitive verb
  • reception; welcome

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