To order a basic draft beer, you simply need to say: Nama bîru kudasai. 生ビールください。 なまビールください。
- 1 How do you order one beer in Japanese?
- 2 How do you order a drink in Japanese?
- 3 How do you ask for another beer in Japan?
- 4 What does Nama Biru mean?
- 5 What is Kudasai?
- 6 How do you order 4 beers in Japanese?
- 7 What beer do Japanese drink?
- 8 How do you order food in Japanese?
- 9 How do you ask for two beers in Japanese?
- 10 What is Japanese beer?
- 11 What is ippai in Japanese?
- 12 What does Nama beer mean?
How do you order one beer in Japanese?
One beer, please. ワインを二つお願いします。 ( Wine o futatsu onegaishimasu.)
How do you order a drink in Japanese?
Ordering a drink (or anything for that matter) is relatively simple. You just need to state the name of the item plus “お願いします” (onegai shimasu – Please). Many drink names are similar to English names, so if you say something like beer (ビール- biiru) or Coca Cola (コカ・コーラ- koka koora), then you will probably be understood.
How do you ask for another beer in Japan?
You can simply point to something on the menu and say this phrase to order as many as you want. The simplest is to point on the menu, say “kore”, along with holding up the number with your fingers, then say “ onegaishimasu”. Easy peasy.
What does Nama Biru mean?
The first type of beer, the good beer, the real beer is known as “Nama Biiru” which can be translated into either raw/fresh beer or draught beer. Some of the most well know nama beers are shown here, perhaps the most well know ASAHI SUPER DRY (silver can) is not pictured.
What is Kudasai?
When you ask somebody to do something in Japanese, you say TE-form verbs and then KUDASAI ( Please, or I would ask you to ). For an example, a verb meaning “to eat” is TABEMASU. Its TE-form is TABETE. So, TABETE KUDASAI means “Please eat.” “To look at” is MIMASU.
How do you order 4 beers in Japanese?
なまビールください。 In this sentence, “nama bîru” means “beer” and “kudasai” has the meaning of “please”. To count glasses you should use:
- 1 glass: Ippai (いっぱい)
- 2 glasses: Nihai (にはい)
- 3 glasses: Sanbai (さんばい)
- 4 glasses: Yonhai (よんはい)
- 5 glasses: Gohai (ごはい)
- 6 glasses: Roppai (ろっぱい)
- Above you have too many friends.
What beer do Japanese drink?
The Top 6 Beers in Japan
- Sapporo Yebisu Beer（Japanese）
- Sapporo Nama Beer Black Label（Japanese）
- Suntory The Premium Malt’s.
- Kirin Ichiban Shibori（Japanese）
- Kirin Lager（Japanese） Kirin Lager is a Japanese lager-style beer that’s one of the oldest and most popular beers in Japan.
- Asahi Super Dry. www.asahibeer.co.jp.
How do you order food in Japanese?
If you want to order a takeout you can answer the counter staff with a いいえ、お 持 も ち 帰 かえ りで（お 願 ねが いします）(No, takeout please). If you’d like to eat in instead, you can say はい、ここで (Yes, here) or はい、 店内 てんない で (Yes, here).
How do you ask for two beers in Japanese?
- Coffee. Koh-hee. コーヒー
- Water. O-mizu/ mizu. おみず or お水
- Beer. Bee-ru (ビール)
- One beer please! Beeru o ippai kudasai.
- Two beers please! Beeru o ni hai kudasai. ビール を にはい おねがいします
- Three beers please! Beeru o san bai kudasai. ビール を さんばい おねがいします
- Four beers please! Beeru o yon hai kudasai. ビール を よんはい おねがいします
- Five beers.
What is Japanese beer?
Beer in Japan comes mostly from the country’s four major beer producers: Asahi, Kirin, Sapporo, and Suntory, producing mainly pale-colored light lagers with an alcohol strength of around 5.0% ABV. The drink is immensely popular, with beer far ahead of sake consumption.
What is ippai in Japanese?
Definition: 意味 Learn Japanese vocabulary: いっぱい (ippai). Meaning: full; a lot; much .
What does Nama beer mean?
Nama beer (生ビール) is a very common expression in Japan when talking about beer. Nama (生) can be found on almost every can of beer in Japan and has come to symbolize fresh beer. Nama is simply translated as “raw” but can also be translated as “fresh”.