What is a Mizu?

Mizu manju is a type of Japanese dessert called manju (まんじゅう/饅頭) that is a cake usually made from flour or rice powder stuffed with sweet red bean paste. Mizu (水) means “water”. Not like common manju, the exterior of the mizu manju is made from kuzu starch, which makes the cake translucent and jelly-like appearance.

How do Japanese people say water?

Actually, 水 (mizu), お水 (omizu), and お冷 (ohiya) all are used for water that is not hot. When ordering water in a restaurant, you can say: お冷をください。 (Ohiya o kudasai.) or お水をください。 (Omizu o kudasai.)

Does Mizu mean water?

The name Mizu is primarily a male name of Japanese origin that means Water.

Is saying Oi in Japanese rude?

“Oi! “= Oi! It’s pronounced nearly the same as the English version, but if the Japanese cry out “oi!”, it means he/she is furious. (Or, in some cases, they are not angry but just extremely rude.)

What is Mochi Japanese?

Mochi (Japanese: 餅, もち) is a Japanese rice cake made of mochigome, a short-grain japonica glutinous rice, and sometimes other ingredients such as water, sugar, and cornstarch. The rice is pounded into paste and molded into the desired shape. In Japan it is traditionally made in a ceremony called mochitsuki.

What does Ara Ara mean?

‘Ara Ara’ is a term that actually has a few different definitions, including ‘oh my’, ‘oh no’ and ‘hmm’. It’s usually used by females to express some sort of surprise or amusement, sometimes in response to a man.

What is Chotto matte?

Chotto matte kudasai. / Please wait a moment.

[chotto matte kudasai] Use these Japanese words when you want someone to wait for you for a little bit.