How do you say “otoshi” in English?

This collection of videos may help Japanese students prepare for hosting English speakers — or at least those who are over 20 years old. On the other hand, the youth of today’s Japan may disagree with some of the advice in these videos. Weigh in on this advice in your notebooks.

What is otoshi?

How do you say “cheers”?

How do you get those wooden chopsticks to open properly?

There are a few more in English on the digistylekyoto YouTube channel.

On the same topic, students in Thursday’s 3rd period class will, I hope, remember the difference between “toast” and “toasts”.


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