How to say grocery store in Japanese: Sūpā

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How to say grocery store in Japanese: Sūpā

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

To say grocery store in Japanese: Sūpā
Say it out loud: “Soo Pah

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Some more helpful words in our Japanese Dining Basics category:

beer / wine – Bīru / Wain  (Bee Roo / Wah In)
beverage – Nomimono  (Noh Mee Moh Noh)
business hours – Eigyo Jikan  (Sahn Jee Kahn)
casual restaurant – Kajuaru Resutoran  (Kah Jew Ah Roo Reh Soo Toh Rahn)
check – Chekku  (Checkoo)
coffee / tea – Kōhī / Koucha  (Kooh Heeh / Kow Cha)
grocery store – Sūpā  (Soo Pah)
marketplace – Ichiba  (Ee Chee Bah)
menu – Menū  (Meh Nyuu)
restaurant – Resutoran  (Reh Soo Toh Rahn)
service charge – Sābisu Ryou  (Saah Biss Ryow)
table for two – Futari Bun No Seki  (Foo Tah Ree Bunn Noh Seh Kee)
tip – Chippu  (Chi' Ppu)
water – Mizu  (Mee Zoo)

And here’s how to say grocery store in other languages!

Arabic–Mahal Beqala  (ma hal be ka la)
Chinese–Chāoshì  (Chao Shr)
Croatian–mješovita roba  (me yay sho vee tah ro bah)
Czech–potraviny  (POE trah vee nee)
Finnish–ruokakauppa  (ruh oh kah cowp pah)
French–épicerie  (eh pee sree)
German–lebensmittelgeschäft  (leh binz mittl geh sheft)
Italian–drogheria  (droh gair ee' uh)
Japanese–Sūpā  (Soo Pah)
Korean–Supeomakes  (Super Market)
Polish–sklep spożywczy  (sklehp spo zee fchy)
Portuguese–Mercearia  (mehr se aahr ee-ah)
Russian–produktovyu magazin  (prah dooc toh vyu mah gah zeen)
Spanish–bodega  (boe day' guh)
Swahili–soko la mboga  (soh koh lah mmboh gah)
Thai–Talat  (da laat)
Turkish–bakkal  (bah kahl)
Vietnamese–Tiệm Tạp Hóa  (Teem Tap Hwah)

"Will you please pass by the "grocery store" (Sūpā)?" Don't get lost when you hear this phrase next time, a "grocery store" (Sūpā) is a shop that sells food and other non-food items sold that are necessary for home use, they include vegetables, toiletries, cooking items etc. Get instant access to the Japanese Language Set.

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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
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