Re: [76attendees] How to order at izakaya in Nagarekawa?

Ed Jankiewicz <edward.jankiewicz@sri.com> Sun, 08 November 2009 22:34 UTC

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I speak/read absolutely no Japanese, and I have ordered at two noodle
houses, a lunch counter, tea cart on the train and a little cafe on the
illuminated boulevard last night just by pointing at pictures or item
(e.g. bottle of sake...)

in America, we say "go for it." Sometimes a surprise, but usually good...

enjoy!

On 11/9/2009 1:03 AM, 고석갑 wrote:
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> Hi.
>
> I have visited a Izakaya (kinda japanese pub) in Nagarekawa.
> Unfortunately, I couldn't read japanese menu (I don't know japenese)
> and couldn't communicate with a worker. And there are many kind of
> Sake. I couldn't choose it.
>
> Anybody can recommend english-available Izakaya restaurant ? Or, teach
> me how to order popular menu in japanese pronounciation. For example,
> XXX Kudasai.
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