How to say bread in Japanese: Pan

speaksheets-cartoon-lead1

Speak better. Travel easier. Have more fun. We offer some of the very best language sheets for your international travels, including Japanese.

How to say bread in Japanese: Pan

Learning Japanese for travel or study? Let’s try this term:

To say bread in Japanese: Pan
Say it out loud: “Pan

You can learn how to say bread and over 220 other travel-friendly words and phrases with our inexpensive, easy-to-use Japanese language cheat sheets. We can help you make your next trip to another country even more fun and immersive. Click below!

  • Japanese Language Set
    Basics and Food Sheet
  • $5

    one-time
  • For the Single Destination
  • Get All Languages
    Free lifetime updates
  • $17

    one-time
  • For the Frequent Traveler
  • Get easy-to-print cheat sheets
  • Get all languages, including Japanese
  • The essential travel accessory

Some more helpful words in our Japanese Diet Considerations category:

bread – Pan  (Pan)
celiac – Searikku  (Ceh Ree Ack)
cheese – Chīzu  (Chee Zoo)
dairy – Nyuu Seihin  (Nyoo Sei Hin)
eggs – Tamago  (Tah Mah Goh)
gluten-free – Guruten Furī  (Goo Roo Tenh Foo Ree)
I am vegan – Watashi Ha Bīgan Desu  (Wah Tah Shee Wah Bee Gan Dess)
I am vegetarian – Watashi Ha Bejitarian Desu  (Wah Tah Shee Wah Beh Jee Tah Rian Dess)
I don't eat… – Watashi Ha … Wo Tabemasen  (Wah Tah Shee Wah … Woh Tah Beh Mah Senn)
kosher – Kōshā  (Kow Shaah)
meat – Niku  (Nee Kuu)
milk – Gyuunyuu  (Gyoo Nyoo)
nuts – Nattsu  (Nah Ttsu)
organic – Ōganikku  (Ooh Gah Nick)
sugar – Satou  (Sah Tow)
wheat – Komugi  (Koh Moo Gee)

And here’s how to say bread in other languages!

Arabic–Khobz  (kobz)
Chinese–Miànbāo  (Myen Bao)
Croatian–kruh  (krooH)
Czech–chléb  (kchleb)
Finnish–leipä  (lay pa)
French–pain  (pah)
German–brot  (broht)
Italian–pane  (pah nay)
Japanese–Pan  (Pan)
Korean–Ppang  (Bbang)
Polish–chleb  (hleb)
Portuguese–Pão  (pa-oo)
Russian–hleb  (hlyep)
Spanish–pan  (pahn)
Swahili–mkate  (mm kah the)
Thai–Khanom Pang  (kah-nohm bahng)
Turkish–ekmek  (ake mek)
Vietnamese–Bánh Mì  (Ban Mee)

"Do you serve "bread" (Pan) with beef?" Bread is a common accompaniment with daily meals and you can have it with any serving of food or just buy it and have it on the go as you tour and travel your destination.

Contributor

Kanako Tokuno
Biography: Kanako Tokuno is a marketing adviser and translator living in New York City. Kanako graduated with BAs in International Relations from both Ritsumeikan University and American University in 2008 through a Dual Degree program. After experiencing sales and marketing jobs in the electronics and cosmetics industries in Japan, Kanako moved to New York City, where she is currently involved in multiple projects as a freelancer.
Born: Japan
Location: New York, NY, USA

Get Japanese Only
$5 quick easy download
Get All 20 Languages
only $17, free lifetime updates

About Us:  SpeakSheets provides printable language cheat sheets to make travel more fun and immersive.   Become a Lifetime Access and get all of our organized, easy-to-use SpeakSheets forever.  Download the PDF’s anytime, have them handy, even access them on your phone or tablet.   We have learned from experience that a little investment in learning the language of the country you are visiting makes your travels fun and immersive.  Try SpeakSheets today!

Previous post : pane
Next post : Ppang