Vocabulary List of drinks in Japanese and list of alcohol in Japanese
Japanese people are known to be very industrious. However Japan is also a party hub and people love to drink and party a lot (especially the young crowd). So if you ask why is the vocabulary for drinks in Japanese so important, the answer is that people love to drink!
Let us run through a few examples, shall we? When you are in a restaurant, you obviously will start off your order with a drink. For example, you may order a beer, or maybe an orange juice or even a glass of water. And what happens when you are done with your meal? Well, you might order a tea. You wake up in the morning and have a glass of milk. You drink water throughout the day. See where I’m going with this? All of this requires you to have memorized the vocabulary list of drinks in Japanese.
In Japan, people usually start off their meal with a hot tea. So you need to know the list of non-alcoholic beverages in Japanese for this. Children love sweet and cold chocolate milk shakes. So you need to know the list of sweet beverages in Japanese for this.
TAHDAAAAH!!! In this blog, you will learn about all the types of
- List of Alcoholic Beverages in Japanese
- List of Non Alcoholic Beverages in Japanese
- Types of Milk in Japanese
- Different types of tea in Japanese
So let’s get cracking and dive straight into the list of drinks in Japanese.
The SUPER DUPER KEY VOCABUARY for ordering Drinks
The four most important words in among the list of drinks in Japanese is Coffee, Tea, Milk, Water and Alcohol. Learn how to say these words in Japanese
|English||Japanese||English Sentences||Japanese Sentences|
|How to say coffee in Japanese ?||コーヒー||I drink coffee in the morning.||朝はコーヒーを飲みます。|
|How to say tea in Japanese ?||ティー||Tea is my favorite drink.||紅茶は私のお気に入りの飲み物です。|
|How to say milk in Japanese ?||ミルク||Milk is very cheap in Europe.||ヨーロッパでは牛乳がとても安いです。|
|How to say Alcohol in Japanese ?||アルコール||She does not drink Alcohol.||彼女はアルコールを飲みません。|
|How to say Water in Japanese ?||水||I must drink three liters of water.||私は3リットルの水を飲まなければなりません。|
Alcoholic Beverages in Japanese – my favourite subset of drinks in Japanese
MMMMMMMMMmmmmm… My favourite! Who wouldn’t like to go to a party without being drunk or without a plan of getting drunk? Certainly not me! The most simple and commonly searched vocabulary list is the list of alcohols. Why? It’s fun and also important!
Japan is known as a workaholic country. However people like to work hard and party harder!! Japan is a heaven for party goers with parties taking place throughout the year (since the weather is fantastic year round). And of course alcohol flows freely in these parties!
Let us now learn about the list of all alcoholic beverages in Japanese with examples. This will allow you to get a head start into the vocabulary list of drinks in Japanese. You will also benefit from the fact that all articles have been mentioned and there are tons of examples in English and in Japanese.
Different types of Milk in Japanese
This one is important since most people use milk in one way or the other. If you go to a supermarket in Wales or Brazil, you will find at least 20 – 30 types of milk. There’s 10% fat, 5% fat, 3% fat, no fat, full fat, plant based milk etc… enough to make the head spin. So among the list of drinks in Japanese, you better get acquainted with the list of different types of milk in Japanese.
|full fat milk||フルファットミルク|
List of all types of teas in Japanese with example sentences
Japanese people swear by tea! I’ve seen many office goers start their day with a tea, their meal with a tea and also pretty much every one or two hours with a tea.
You have 100s of varieties of tea, ranging from hot to cold, from fruit based to plain, from herbal to milk based and so on. If you go to any supermarket, you will be inundated by choices of tea. So you absolutely need to memorize the basic vocabulary list of all tea based beverages in Japanese.
List of all non-alcoholic drinks in Japanese with example sentences
The best way to start a morning is with a cup of coffee. And of course, icy cold sweet Lemonade would be kickass during a summer day. To keep a child happy, all you need is a nice cold chocolate milkshake. Sounds true right? Anyone living in Wales needs to complete their list of drinks in Japanese by memorizing the vocabulary list of all non-alcoholic beverages in Japanese. This would help life move smoothly.
|Coffee with cream||クリーム入りコーヒー|
|Coffee with milk||コーヒー（ミルク入り|