Travelling & Leisure time in Japanese

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Our final vocabulary lesson is all about travelling and vacations. Learn these Japanese words and you’ll be well prepared on your next journey abroad.

This lesson is part of the chapter “Learning Japanese“.

Travelling & Leisure time in Japanese

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Travelling & Leisure time

EnglishJapaneseJapanese
(Hiragana)
Japanese
(Romanization)
Pronunciation
(Audio)
(to) travel
旅行する
りょこうする
ryokou suru
journey / trip
旅行
りょこう
ryokou
Bon voyage! / Have a good trip!
よいご旅行を!
よいごりょこうを
yoi goryokou wo
vacation
休暇
きゅうか
kyuuka
holiday
休日
きゅうじつ
kyuujitsu
suitcase
スーツケース
すーつけーす
suutsu keesu
(to) pack bags
バッグに詰める
ばっくにつめる
bakku ni tsumeru
rucksack
リュックサック
りゅっくさっく
ryukku sakku
baggage
荷物
にもつ
nimotsu
guide book
ガイドブック
がいどぶっく
gaido bukku
passport
パスポート
ぱすぽーと
pasupooto
border
国境
こっきょう
kokkyou
hotel
ホテル
ほてる
hoteru
(to) reserve / (to) book
予約する
よやくする
yoyaku suru
reservation
予約
よやく
yoyaku
tourist
旅行者
りょこうしゃ
ryokou sha
tourist information
観光情報
かんこうじょうほう
kankou jouhou
map / plan
地図
ちず
chizu
city map / town map
町の地図
まちのちず
machi no chizu
trip / excursion
たび
tabi
tent
テント
てんと
tento
camping site
キャンプ場
きゃんぷじょう
kyanpu jou
(to) tent / (to) camp
キャンプする
きゃんぷする
kyanpu suru
(to) bathe / (to) go swimming
泳ぐ
およぐ
oyogu
beach
ビーチ
びーち
biichi
plane
飛行機
ひこうき
hikouki
(to) fly (e.g. by plane)
飛ぶ
とぶ
tobu
airport
空港
くうこう
kuukou
ship
ふね
fune
port / harbour
みなと
minato

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