How to say lobster in Japanese: Robusutā

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How to say lobster in Japanese: Robusutā

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To say lobster in Japanese: Robusutā
Say it out loud: “Ro Boo Soo Taah

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Some more helpful words in our Japanese Seafood category:

crab – Kani  (Kah Nee)
fish – Sakana  (Sah Kah Nah)
lobster – Robusutā  (Ro Boo Soo Taah)
salmon – Sāmon  (Saah Mon)
shellfish – Kai  (Kah Ee)
shrimp – Ebi  (Eh Bee)
tuna – Maguro  (Mah Goo Roo)

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

Arabic–Estakooza  (es ta koo za)
Chinese–Lóngxiā  (Long Shya)
Croatian–jastog  (yahs toag)
Czech–humr  (hoomr)
Finnish–hummeri  (whom meh rih)
French–homard  (oh mahr)
German–hummer  (hoom uh)
Italian–aragosta  (arr uh go stuh)
Japanese–Robusutā  (Ro Boo Soo Taah)
Korean–Rapseuteo  (Lobster)
Polish–homar  (ho' mar)
Portuguese–Lagosta  (lahn goes tah)
Russian–lobster  (lohp stehr)
Spanish–langosta  (lahn gōs tuh)
Swahili–lobsta  (lobstah)
Thai–Kung Yai  (GOONG yai)
Turkish–ıstakoz  (oos' tuh kawz)
Vietnamese–Tôm Hùm  (Tom Hoom)

In the Japanese culture, sea food, and more particularly "lobster" (Robusutā) is a common dish. You may be familiar with the dish, or you might just be curious enough to try it, and other sea foods, which you can learn about very quickly through our instant access to the Japanese Language Set.

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