VIDEO: Speakin’ Japanese lesson: Trick or treat!

VIDEO: Speakin’ Japanese lesson: Trick or treat!

by Takahiro Takiguchi
Stripes Okinawa

Hey, kids. Are you ready to go on trick or treating? Let’s make it spookier by saying "trick or treat" in Japanese! 

Today’s Japanese phrase is: “Okashiwokurenakya itazurasuruzo!” means, trick or treat!

("okashi" = candy, "kurenakya" = if you don't give me, "itazura" = trick, mischief, "suruzo" = I will do)

Remember the phrase and enjoy your night with trick or treating! Stay safe and happy Halloween!


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