VIDEO| Speakin’ Japanese: Getting take-out at a restaurant

VIDEO| Speakin’ Japanese: Getting take-out at a restaurant

by Shoji Kudaka
Stripes Japan

Dining-in at a restaurant is still not an option for many of us, so take-out has been the way to go these days. We may not be able to sit at a restaurant, but it’s fun to eat outside, isn’t it? Today’s phrase is…

“Soto de tabemasho” which means “Let’s eat outside.”

Repeat after me.

“Soto de tabemasho.”

(“Soto” – outside, “de” – at/in, “Tabemasho” – Let’s eat) 

Ok, stay safe and see you in the next episode of speaking Japanese!

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