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Japanese Phrases for Travelers -- Excellent Site!

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http://japanese-phrases.sakura.ne.jp/

Just found this excellent site with Japanese phrases for travelers with audio files to listen to the pronunciation. It's very extensive to cover many different situations that travelers may need. I'm just copying down some useful phrases to use in restaurants, like "What do you recommend?" , "What is your specialty?", etc.

Wish there's a free Android app like this too (without requiring internet connection)! Anyone know of one?

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