How do you say “Where is the post office?” in Japanese?
Today’s phrase is :
Where is / are _ ?
If you want to ask politely, you can say :
_ wa dokodesuka
There is no difference between “is” and “are” in Japanese. That means “where is” and “where are” are the same thing.
When you want to say “Where is / are _ ?” in Japanese, put the thing(s) or place(s) you are looking for just before “どこ” or “はどこですか”.
For example, if you want to say “Where is the post office?”, you can say like this :
- the post office ＝ 郵便局 yuubinkyoku
Or politely :
the post office