[How to]kyoto dialect!

[How to]kyoto dialect!
In Kyoto, “Kyoto dialect” There is something called. It is also called “Kyogonba”.

Among the convenience of the Kinki region of Japan, it is a gentle, elegant atmosphere.

Origin is said to have been used by Japanese ancient nobles and royals.

In modern times, there are things that are commonly used, others are not used.

Sightseeing coordinators and shop clerks sometimes deliberately talk about Kyoto dialect.

 

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I often introduce the “Kyoto dialect” I hear in Kyoto sightseeing.

Please know the Kyoto dialect and enjoy more sightseeing!

 

Kyoto School Greeting

Good morning

English:Good morning

Japanese:ohayô(おはよう)

Kyoto:ohayôsan(おはようさん)

thank you

English:thank you

Japanese:arigatou(ありがとう)

Kyoto:ōkin(おおきに)

excuse me

English:excuse me

Japanese:sumimasen(すみません)

Kyoto:sunmahen(すんまへん)

bye

English:bye

Japanese:sayounara(さようなら)

Kyoto:sainara(さいなら)

sorry

English:sorry

Japanese:gomen(ごめん)

Kyoto:kannin(かんにん)

Welcome

English:welcome

Japanese:Irasshaimase(いらっしゃいませ)

Kyoto:oideyasu(おいでやす)

Be careful

English:welcome

Japanese:Kiotsukete(気をつけて)

Kyoto:Kitsukeyoshiya(きぃつけよしや)

Hang in there!

English:Hang in there!

Japanese:Gambare(がんばれ!)

Kyoto:Okibariyasu(おきばりやす)

 

Come on, I think that there are frequent opportunities for the Okinawa (ōkin, oideyasu).

Let’s reply with “ōkin”

 

In Kyoto, “Kyoto dialect” There is something called. It is also called “Kyogonba”.

Among the convenience of the Kinki region of Japan, it is a gentle, elegant atmosphere.

Origin is said to have been used by Japanese ancient nobles and royals.

In modern times, there are things that are commonly used, others are not used.

Sightseeing coordinators and shop clerks sometimes deliberately talk about Kyoto dialect.

 

dummy

I often introduce the “Kyoto dialect” I hear in Kyoto sightseeing.

Please know the Kyoto dialect and enjoy more sightseeing!

 

Kyoto School Greeting

Good morning

English:Good morning

Japanese:ohayô(おはよう)

Kyoto:ohayôsan(おはようさん)

thank you

English:thank you

Japanese:arigatou(ありがとう)

Kyoto:ōkin(おおきに)

excuse me

English:excuse me

Japanese:sumimasen(すみません)

Kyoto:sunmahen(すんまへん)

bye

English:bye

Japanese:sayounara(さようなら)

Kyoto:sainara(さいなら)

sorry

English:sorry

Japanese:gomen(ごめん)

Kyoto:kannin(かんにん)

Welcome

English:welcome

Japanese:Irasshaimase(いらっしゃいませ)

Kyoto:oideyasu(おいでやす)

Be careful

English:welcome

Japanese:Kiotsukete(気をつけて)

Kyoto:Kitsukeyoshiya(きぃつけよしや)

Hang in there!

English:Hang in there!

Japanese:Gambare(がんばれ!)

Kyoto:Okibariyasu(おきばりやす)

 

Come on, I think that there are frequent opportunities for the Okinawa (ōkin, oideyasu).

Let’s reply with “ōkin”

 

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