Wellcome to Dragon Roads
Posted on 2019年3月11日 (月) in Life
Wellcome to our blogs of "Dragon Roads"
Japanese dragons not exist on the earth, and only exist in human mind. The dragons are also a symbol of power and good luck for Japanese people.
Also "Dragon Roads" not exist on the earth, and only exist in human mind. We help to make lucky plans of your travels to Japan.
"Odette"(おでって) in Japanese dialect means "Visit" in English.
"Odette Kundasai"(おでって くんださい) in Japanese dialect of the te-form of verbs means polite expressions such as "Would you visit" in English.
Please pronounce [odeQte kuNdasai]. [Q] and [N] are special morae in Japanese langauge.
But don't pronounce [odeQtekuN dasai]. This means "Mr. Odette is not cool" in English.
You can understand above expressions by the following examples.
"Tabero"(食べろ) in Japanese means "Eat" in English, and "Tabete Kudasai"(食べて ください) in Japanese means "Would you eat" in English.
"Ike"(行け) in Japanese means "Go" in English, and "Itte Kudasai"(行って ください) in Japanese means "Would you go" in English.
Have a good trip in Japan.