Describing Japanese things verbs of sensation practice

Choose one of the things below and compare it to other things (including non-Japanese things if you can) until your partner guesses which one you are talking about. Do they agree with your descriptions?

Useful phrases

It looks (like)…and/ but it…

It smells (like)…and/ but it…

It sounds (like)…and/ but it…

It feels (like)…and/ but it…

It tastes (like)…and/ but it…

 

  • Anko
  • Chabudai
  • Chankonabe
  • Chasen
  • Chashitsu
  • Chawan
  • Chuhai
  • Daifuku
  • Daikon
  • Dorayaki
  • Edamame
  • Enka
  • Family restaurant
  • Fusuma
  • Futon
  • Genmaicha
  • Geta
  • Hakama
  • Hayashi rice
  • Hibachi
  • High ball
  • Hijiki
  • Houjicha
  • Ikebana
  • Jimbei
  • Kakejiku
  • Kamaboko
  • Karinto
  • Konnyaku

l  Kotatsu

  • Kouhaku gassen
  • Matcha

l  Matsutake

  • Mochi
  • Monjayaki
  • Natto
  • Nira
  • Obi
  • Oden
  • Okonomiyaki
  • Omuraisu
  • Onigiri
  • Onsentamago
  • Oshibori
  • Otohime
  • Ramen
  • Sembei
  • Shabu-shabu
  • Shochu
  • Shouji
  • Soba
  • Sukiyaki
  • “Sweet potato”
  • Tabi

l  Tansu

  • Tempura
  • Tonkatsu
  • Tonkatsu sauce
  • Udon
  • Washlette

l  Wasabi

  • Yakitori
  • Yukata
  • Zabuton

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