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Know the basics
Hello
Good morning
Good evening
Please
Thank you
Yes
No
Excuse me
Goodbye
Chopstick Etiquette
konnichiwa
ohayou
konbanwa
kudasai
arigatou
hai
iie
sumimasen
dewa, mata
Mind your manners






Come on Ireland
You should not use your
chopsticks to point or skewer
food. It is considered very poor
manners to do so.
Airurando ganbarre!
!
Go on ike
Hurry
isoge
We won katta
You should not stick your
chopsticks upright in your bowl
of food as this is only done at
funerals.



Express Yourself
RUGBY FANS’
Wow
sugoi

Cool
kakkoii

Delicious
oishii

Fun
tanoshii

Hot
atsui

Good
ii

JAPANESE
SURVIVAL GUIDE
Interesting omoshiroi

Cute


Ireland's Pool Matches
When saying someone else’s
name, always add ‘san’ after to
be polite e.g. Anna san. You
should not do this with your
own name.
SATURDAY 28 SEPTEMBER
IRELAND V JAPAN
Shizuoka Stadium Ecopa
Don’t talk on the phone or eat
on public transport.

Emojis originated in Japan.
Emoji means picture + character
( = (eh) + (moji))
Japanese people bow a lot!
You should bow when greeting,
thanking or saying goodbye.
Bow from your waist and look
down in front of you. The
deeper you bow the more
respectful it is.
You must take your shoes off
when entering a house and
even some restaurants - so
always wear nice socks!
kawaii
Feeling peckish?
To show gratitude before eating, you should say:
SUNDAY 22 SEPTEMBER
IRELAND V SCOTLAND
International Stadium Yokohama
To show appreciation to your host after eating you should say:
SEA
OF
JAPAN
Cheers - You'll need this to celebrate when Ireland wins!
itadakimasu
gochisousama
kanpai



Sushi
The most common sushi is nigirizushi: sh that is placed on top of a small
portion of sushi rice. Other toppings include egg and meat. Makizushi is
seaweed and rice rolled around sh and/or vegetables.
THURSDAY 3 OCTOBER
IRELAND V RUSSIA
Kobe Misaki Stadium
Ramen
Different regions have their own specialty ramen, but it usually includes
ramen noodles, broth, pork, a hard-boiled egg and nely chopped green
onions. It is OK to slurp your noodles in Japan.
SATURDAY 12 OCTOBER
IRELAND V SAMOA
Fukuoka Hakatanomori Stadium
TOKYO
Takoyaki
On the Pitch
Yokohama
Rugby
Try
Score
Pitch
Team
Ball
Penalty
Captain
Referee
Match
ragubii
torai
sukoa
pittchi
chiimu
booru
penarutii
kyaputen
shinpan
shiai










Kick
Throw
Run
Win
Lose
kikku suru
suro suru
hashiru
katsu
makeru





Shizuoka
Takoyaki is a great example of Japanese street food which is often eaten at
festivals. They are balls made from batter and lled with small pieces of
chopped octopus, topped with a rich sauce and sh akes.
Miso
Miso soup is a staple Japanese food which some people have with nearly
every meal. Made from fermented soya beans, it is a salty soup to which
tofu and seaweed are usually added.
Fukuoka
Kobe
Japan Nihon
Did you know the nickname
for the Japanese team is the
Cherry Blossoms (sakura).
Cherry blossoms are Japan’s
national ower. Every year there is
a ower viewing festival called
Hanami that is held when the
cherry blossoms bloom.
Okonomiyaki
Okonomiyaki is a savoury pancake made from shredded cabbage, meat of
your choice and topped with rich brown sauce, mayo, sh akes and a
sprinkling of seaweed powder. Americans refer to it as Japanese Pizza.
Onigiri
Onigiri is a rice ball wrapped in seaweed with avoursome llings like tuna
& mayo, salted salmon, pickled plum or shrimp & mayo. It is known as the
Japanese Sandwich because of its size and convenience.

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