|izakaya (a common kind of Japanese bar or
restaurant, which serves food as well as drink)
|conveyor belt sushi; sushi train (Australian English)
|Do I need a reservation?
Yoyaku ga iri masu ka?
|I'd like to make a reservation.
Yoyaku wo shitai no desuga.
|I'd like to reserve a table for five people at 6 pm.
Roku-ji ni go-nin no yoyaku wo onegai shimasu.
roku-ji: 6 o'clock
go-nin: five people
|How many are in your party?
Nan-mei-sama desu ka?
nan-mei-sama: how many people
|A table for two people, please.
futari: two people
|How long is the wait?
Machi-jikan wa dorekurai desu ka?
dorekurai: how long
machi-jikan: wait (a period of time in which you wait for something to happen etc)
|We'd like a table by the window.
Mado-giwa no teeburu wo onegai shimasu.
mado-giwa: by the window