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06-27-2016, 10:15 PM #11
(04-21-2016, 11:48 AM)hawkeye_mihawk Wrote:  Was inactive mate,will update by this weekend

I would like to see more reviews as I am searching for new anime.

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07-24-2016, 01:06 AM #12
(05-09-2016, 04:15 PM)Minj369 Wrote:  Irasshaimase - is the word welcome in Japanese ^^ it is usually said when you enter a shop by the shop keeper.

Why is it limited to only the shop keeper?
Does it have any significance?

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07-25-2016, 06:06 PM #13
(07-24-2016, 01:06 AM)Yato Wrote:  Why is it limited to only the shop keeper?
Does it have any significance?

it's manners, when you enter a place where you can do business in, this also includes a receptionist in a office when you enter the main office. the shop keeper greets you as a customer and not as a friend or a boss.

while your boss, if you knock on his door will say "ohairi kudasai" - because it is the way a boss will speak to a worker.

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08-04-2016, 10:20 PM #14
(07-25-2016, 06:06 PM)Minj369 Wrote:  it's manners, when you enter a place where you can do business in, this also includes a receptionist in a office when you enter the main office. the shop keeper greets you as a customer and not as a friend or a boss.

while your boss, if you knock on his door will say "ohairi kudasai" - because it is the way a boss will speak to a worker.

I am not familiar with Japanese so it makes little sense to me. It's inappropriate for a normal worker to use that phrase. I can understand that much.

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