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  • when it comes to learning Japanese, you've got the big, scary, intimidating stuff, like learning hundreds, if not thousands, of characters.

  • And then there's the complicated grandma, which can cause a real headache.

  • But there's also the fun.

  • Easy to master bits, which you could learn in a day and get out and start using right off the bat, your Fineman speaking Japanese in everyday conversation A lot.

  • People don't use full sentences.

  • They just used one simple word to express a feeling or emotion.

  • And if you master the 25 commonly used words on this list today, the moment you set foot in Japan, you really pick up on conversations happening around you.

  • More importantly, you'll be able to show appreciation for the food you eat, the people you meet and just have a lot more fun along the way.

  • A cz well, so today we're joined by my good friend.

  • That's key.

  • How everyone this is all day out in Tokyo, the key 25 words were used along the way.

  • So this is the room.

  • What do you think so often?

  • You hear the word kiddo, when somebody walks into a nice, clean, beautiful space like this or it could be pretty or beautiful when you're referring to someone's face.

  • So, for example, for us to show, let's keep this photo of Natalie Portman.

  • Keep me for one.

  • And of course, I reiterate a stretching the definition of a kid.

  • Now you know what's in this bag?

  • This your Christmas presents?

  • Who's from May T?

  • A.

  • Christmas presents?

  • Who saw it means No way or you're lying is often used in jest between friends on often twinned with the shore as well.

  • The shore means right?

  • Sure, you're lying, right?

  • I'm not lying.

  • These your Christmas presents.

  • Not one, not two, but three.

  • Your first present is Retro Arcade, Pac Man.

  • Psycho cycle cycle means the best.

  • The number one The top most amazing thing.

  • There's nothing better than it often used to exaggerate something in this case, retro pat ma'am.

  • I think it fits the bill rather well.

  • Second president.

  • Tiny Arcade, Pac Man.

  • The exact same game, but in a much more smaller form factor that is almost comically small.

  • Teacher means tiny cheese signing small.

  • Most people know the word chief side by a lot.

  • You don't know Chip, which is tiny.

  • It's kind of small cheese I twinned with that feeling of surprise.

  • When you discover tiny Pac Man, I wonder if there's a smaller Pac Man.

  • Neither isn't just a tiny bear.

  • Third President Chae Beater, Good friend.

  • Good brands.

  • Hi, Cornel Tonetti sank on the one that makes that something Mr Santa corrects.

  • I'll take it nuts.

  • Cost she not Scott.

  • She's a great word.

  • Literally means nostalgic, whether it's a retro videogame from your childhood or this lovely photo mask, you know, the first time we met six years ago, I look at that.

  • It's first photo of us together.

  • I feel that's gushing.

  • Feel nostalgic?

  • No, it's gusty done yet, so the team is busy.

  • You can use it if you're busy at work, maybe the middle of the week.

  • You got a busy schedule, say so you finished.

  • Had that Hannah had to literally means empty stomach.

  • The polite way of saying it is not sweet, but her head is lot more colloquial, informal when you're more likely to hear it amongst friends, we go for lunch.

  • I found a good fried chicken restaurant about 25 minutes away.

  • Should be five minutes, man looks, friend says that pretty much game over.

  • It means that rather do something else.

  • Men docks.

  • I kind of means troublesome, bothersome pain in the arse.

  • The way I like to interpret it is a British person is it means that's a lot of effort, isn't it?

  • So when your friend says that it's gay, maybe, man, look all right, let's find somewhere else.

  • What a dick before Oh, I see the word for bigger is keeping the heat the moment when you're surprised by something that's really big.

  • You might hear the word like these German sausages more mine.

  • Everybody knows the word delicious.

  • Delicious is.

  • But finally, see, people just say, even if it isn't delicious, they just ST Alicia because it's almost applied to show respect for the restaurant you're in.

  • All that person has cooked dinner just to say we should never, ever heard a Japanese person criticizing meal, they say, Might.

  • She's the next level up from a week, you know they like it, you know, they genuinely like it.

  • Look at his little face.

  • Oh my.

  • It's not a good word, she means rare.

  • Unusual sausages like this are rare in Japan, apart from German restaurants, Mizrachi.

  • Great word to know means rare or unusual.

  • For example, Snow in Tokyo.

  • A day where Nat's key goes without alcohol day where I'm not smiling.

  • Amazing us.

  • Exactly.

  • Every day, every day.

  • That was a good they'll break stuffed.

  • Oh, yeah.

  • What do we do now?

  • Have a coffee?

  • Uh huh.

  • Namur.

  • You sit down.

  • Memory means sleepy or drowsy, In which you might be feeling after a big meal.

  • We just had its The last word you'll hear before someone closes their eyes on ghosts.

  • Sleep for a nap.

  • I'll get the coffee, then you wait here.

  • See?

  • In a minute.

  • I'm not there.

  • Machine, huh?

  • Study there, Sami.

  • Best don't shake.

  • Wake up.

  • But your coffee, Like that way.

  • Unbelievable.

  • It's all right for some, isn't it?

  • Thank you.

  • Go around Spending great.

  • Spend some coffee while others have a nice afternoon nap after a good lunch.

  • Obviously the words for hot is that Syria lot people know that.

  • But if you show on that sweet, that's the noise people make when they just had their mouth now just burned themselves in general, similar to the word time.

  • Time means painful.

  • But if you actually hurt yourself and say, Ouch!

  • They show on it, too.

  • It's up to you seriously.

  • Another good word that you hear come up in nearly every other conversation with friends.

  • It's an informal phrase.

  • Magic.

  • That means seriously or for real.

  • I hear some people use it more than others.

  • For example, really Throw 10 sees the word mash there quite a lot in conversation, but it's not polite to be careful when using it more safe.

  • Option is haunting me.

  • Right on, Tony.

  • Tony, call here.

  • Oh, my God.

  • Yeah.

  • I'm trying to cut caffeine out drinking coffee.

  • I'm trying to be a little bit more healthy going forward.

  • Hell is here mind.

  • Is there have a nice lunch.

  • Messenger.

  • Coffee now.

  • Shopping.

  • Shopping?

  • Yeah.

  • Really foreign.

  • So modernized.

  • The word for boring and Japanese people often sure in it too.

  • C'mon, I they drop the stuff.

  • Sounds because it's more easy to say.

  • I don't think shopping's that boring.

  • I'll get you another Christmas.

  • Present him on the police.

  • I got some hats, but your thoughts starting with this one.

  • Do you think of that dust, uncle?

  • Unsophisticated, unfashionable.

  • Not good right about this 10 cool.

  • Fashionable Good court means appearance.

  • E means good.

  • So literally good appearance.

  • You can't use the word Cat Creek to mean cool what we do in English, where we can say, Oh, that sounds cool.

  • It's usually for appearances alone physical things, but nevertheless I am.

  • You got no doubt about it.

  • Japanese stores so intensive, though there's so much going on the speakers lights flashing.

  • TV screens played so bloody loud aside, it's a great word.

  • Decide Noisy, like this store, like this shop has two meanings.

  • They literally mean noisy or ignore so mean annoying.

  • For example, if you piss off your friends, you look like crap today.

  • Literally.

  • You're annoying me.

  • Go away.

  • I think I found asking Second Christmas present.

  • This is suck it a cup of suck it in the shape of a sperm.

  • I thought this was a great idea.

  • Oh, my God.

  • Second Christmas present.

  • It's certainly exceeded my expectations.

  • Thank you.

  • Yeah, Have a look at that Christmas.

  • Oh, yeah.

  • Get in the spirit.

  • No, you drink Here.

  • This is quickly turning into a video that is far from family friendly.

  • But we heard nasty say, Sergei.

  • A minute ago, Sergei's the more informal the more masculine way of saying Strigoi the word they probably hear more than any other in everyday life in Japan, whether it's on TV or in the streets.

  • Soybeans amazing.

  • Incredible.