Japanese Vocabulary Lesson 15: Fruits

In this hot Summer in Japan, it really feels nice to enjoy some fresh fruits from time to time! But how to say them in Japanese?



Here is the answer!


English
Japanese
Apple
りんご (ringo)
Apricot
杏 (あんず, anzu)
Avocado
アボカド (abocado)
Banana
バナナ (banana)
Blueberry
ブルーベリー (buru-beri-)
Cherry
さくらんぼ (sakuranbo)
Coconuts
ココナッツ (kokonattsu)
Fig
イチジク (ichijiku)
Grapefruit
ブドウ (budou)
Kiwi
キウイ (kiui)
Lemon
レモン (remon)
Lime
ライム (raimu)
Mandarin
みかん (mikan)
Mango
マンゴー (mango-)
Melon
メロン (meron)
Olive
オリーブ (ori-bu)
Orange
オレンジ (orenji)
Papaya
パパイヤ (papaiya)
Passion fruit
パッションフルーツ (passhon furu-tsu)
Peach
桃 (もも, momo)
Peanut
ピーナッツ (pi-nattsu)
Pear
梨 (なし, nashi)
Pineapple
パイナップル (painappuru)
Pistachio
ピスタチオ (pisutachio)
Plum
梅 (うめ, ume)
Raspberry
ラズベリー (razuberi-)
Strawberry
イチゴ (ichigo)
Watermelon
スイカ (suika)

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