Japanese for Travelers Made Easy is a book for those who will visit Japan for a short period of time. In this practical book, traveller will find useful and simple sentences that will allow to speak in Japan in situations such as: arrival at the airport, check-in at the hotel, order in a restaurant etc.
The book is divided in different chapters such as: transportation, restaurants or sights around Japan, so it is easy to find the sentences we wish to say. Each chapter includes sentences and words written in English, Japanese and also romanized. At the very beginning of Japanese for Travelers Made Easy, there are explanations of how Japanese language must be used.
At the end of the book, there are cultural notes about cities, temples or even dialects in Japan.
Through the publishers website, travelers can download audios with which to practice pronunciation.
A suitable book for those who are about to spend a few days in Japan and they wish to effectively speak in Japanese.
Description by the publisher
With more and more individuals coming to visit Japan each year, there is also a growing amount of diversity when it comes to their goals and patterns of staying in Japan. This includes a growing desire to use Japanese to interact with Japanese people, and this volume is meant to conveniently address those needs.
By using its common phrases sorted by situation and basic phrases that allow for terms to be swapped in and out of, anyone can learn to use Japanese in a variety of scenes they may encounter during a trip. The phrases introduced in this book are expressed in extra-simple "easy Japanese" and can be quickly understood by even those with zero Japanese language knowledge. It also includes snippets of information about Japanese tourist spots, as well as Japanese stores, services, events, customs, and more, helping you to fully enjoy your time in Japan while doing what you want to do. The end of the volume also introduces signs and kanji that you will often see on the street.
All phrases and vocabulary include English translations and are written in Romaji, so even if you have zero Japanese knowledge, there's no need to worry. Included downloadable voice clips contain phrases and vocabulary introduced in the volume. A perfect companion for your trip to Japan.