- Where do you usually hold “hanami”?
- What do you usually do during “hanami”?
- moment /MOH-muhnt/
- foreign /FAWR-in/
- tourist /TOOR-ist/
- spot /spot/
- sign /sahyn/
[noun] a very short period of time
Miho will always remember the moments she spent studying abroad.
[adjective] belonging to a country that is not your own
Anna loves eating foreign food.
[noun] a person who travels and visits places for pleasure and interest
A lot of tourists visit Disneyland every year.
[noun] a particular place
Hachiko Statue is one of the most popular meeting spots in Tokyo.
[noun] a device that gives information to people who see it
Drivers must be careful on the road and watch out for traffic signs.
True or False:
- Many tourists visit Japan to see cherry blossoms.
- Hanami is “flower smelling” in English.
- Ueno Park will put English signs to let tourists know what not to do in the park.
- Cherry blossoms are not popular to people around the world.
- Cherry blossoms bloom in spring.
Complete the sentences by using the words in the box.
- Drivers should look for a parking _________ before stopping.
- Mr. Roberts would like to try _________ food.
- Bill remembered one funny _________ he spent with his friends in college.
- A _________ loves visiting popular cities around the world.
- Osaka Castle is a popular tourist _________ in Osaka.