Ah, Japan! On a regular basis, I get emails from readers wanting to know about where they should go on their trip to Japan. Where should I stay? What should I eat? Questions like that.
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How to Ask For Help in Japanese - dummies
L1 L2 L3 L4 L5. When you are helping a Japanese, don't mention it. Press this button if you have spotted any mistakes. The problem is that the Japanese people are so obsessed with whether they owe people a favor or other people owe them a favor. And in a Japanese society, if you explicitly mention that you have done the listener a favor, you are being very impolite, especially when the listener is someone you need to pay respect, e. When you are helping your listener, you should never mention that you are helping him.
How to say "how can i help you" in japanese?
Maybe we don't use tasukeru in that situation. I think "Doushimashitaka" is good for the situation. This means "Do you have any problem? But of course, you could use "Do you need any help? I think "Tasuke irimasuka" would be fine and enough for the tourists to understand the fact you tried to help them ; I would love to hear your offer of help in not-perfect-natural Japanese if I got lost there ;P haha.