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Help with translation Japan - English, i search the producer

by tsunami » Sun Apr 16, 2006 2:03 am

hallo guys,

i`m also here now :oops: , with my first post :D



is there someone who can translate it?

i`m in search of stores that would maybe ship to europe, maybe the producer

both are the best products i ever had from each kind


the person who sold it, closed his store and so i try to get it directly. in summer i do have to make special-sushi for arround 100 people.

to get bigger pics, please klick on the picks


this should be a 100% real wasabi :

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this is the ricevinegar:

pic one

pic two

pic three

pic four



this is the best sushirice i ever had:

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thanks guys, i aprechiate youre help
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Re: Help with translation Japan - English, i search the prod

by tsunami » Sun Apr 16, 2006 9:27 am

Hello and welcome to the forum. Why only "guys" when there are such lovely alternatives here?


thanks,

sorry! "guys" was not ment in any way bad!!

my english just isn`t as good as it could be :?

i did choose guys, because i`m writing in wine-food-forums since many years now, so that i see the forum-winefriends more like buddys :oops:



I happened to be working and saw your post.


happy easter also for you :D


You may find a person who speaks Japanese here, but I would suggest you go to a more likely place: there are many Japanese Usenet groups and a Japan section on eGullet. In either of these places you will certainly find many candidates:

http://forums.egullet.org/index.php?showforum=19

http://groups.google.com/group/sci.lang.japan?lnk=srg



thanks, i will go there and post it there also.


ps.

i was a member (more reading :wink: , than writing) at WLDG
than changed to netscape....thing (i also did not like the forumstyle) but wrote only on food page .
and now i made my here :D

i´m partecipant on winespectator forum with over 2500 posts, and also more reader of the squires bord (wite alost only on food section)

my friend david of switzerland writes alot here :wink: (hi dave :D )
and i`m albino who is mentioned frequently by him :wink:
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Re: Help with translation Japan - English, i search the prod

by Jenise » Wed Apr 19, 2006 5:50 pm

Albino,

We need Mary! She is an American married to a Japanese and living in Japan. She's totally fluent in both languages required to help you. I'll 'ping' her about your post, I'm sure she can help.

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Re: Help with translation Japan - English, i search the prod

by Jenise » Thu Apr 20, 2006 12:48 pm

Albino, I understand Mary contacted you by email. I hope she was able to help.
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Re: Help with translation Japan - English, i search the prod

by tsunami » Sun Apr 23, 2006 3:13 am

hallo jenise,

thanks allot,

i will answer her e-mail today :oops: , i was tight in time last week.

at the moment i'm working in engelberg, i work as cooking-instruktor for the apprendists :twisted: , 52 boys and girls :roll: , for 17 i'm taking the praktical-pre-exams (last chance to see were it laks :? )


it's fun, but days are long.


thans that you helped :!:
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