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How do you say thank you for coming in Japanese?

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'Kite kurete arigatou gozaimasu.'

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'Thank you for coming' would be来てくれてありがとうございます (kite kurete arigatou gozaimasu) in Japanese.


To say old Japanese illustrations in Japanese, you say "Mukashi no Nihon no irasuto".



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Thank you in Japanese is "Arigato" are-ee-ga-toe written "ありがとう"


Japanese words are words coming from the country Japan. "Konichiwa" means "Hello!" "Sayonara" means "Goodbye!" "Arigato" means "Thank you!" "E-eh" means "No thank you!"




You may say 'goshoukai arigatou gozaimasu.'


Khob-Khun-Tee-Wae-Maa-Yiam ขอบคุณที่แวะมาเยี่ยม Thank you for stopping by


Arigatou gozaimasu = Thank you very much


Japanese usually say "gochisosama" (which means "Thank you for the meal") after they eat.


senkai arigato but Japanese would never say this just domo arigato gozaimashita is best


Merci d'être venu is the phrase in french. It says Thank you for coming in french.



You may say something like 'addo shite kurete arigato gozaimasu'.


'No thank you' would be いいえありがとうございます (iie arigatou gozaimasu) in Japanese.


you could possably say "Arigato Kuro Kuma" Arigato means thank you, Kuro means black, and Kuma means bear


Just say, "Thank you for coming, it really means a lot that you were there to support u through this difficult time."


You would say something like "I'm very happy to have been invited" or "Thank you for having me over!"


if you mean translate it (thank you) from English to Japanese then it is arigatoo


Thank you for coming to the shower for Sam and me. (Both "Sam" and "me" are objects of the preposition "for.") It would be better to say . . . the shower given for Sam and me.


Thank you very much for coming to our school = Vielen Dank, dass Sie zu unserer Schule gekommen sind.


Thank you in Japonese is arigato gozimus, now it is spelt the way it sounds, not the real spelling I don't think


Fa'afetai mo lou afio/maliu mai



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