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24. Dining Table (食卓

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  Kanji Hiragana Romaji English
1 急須 きゅうす kyuusu teapot
2 茶碗 ちゃわん chawan teacup/rice bowl
3 湯呑み ゆのみ yunomi teacup
4 お茶 おちゃ ocha tea
5 -- カップ kappu cup
6 みず mizu water
7 -- グラス gurasu glass
8 ご飯 ごはん gohan (cooked) rice
9 碗/椀 わん wan bowl
10 -- フォーク fooku fork
11 -- ナイフ naifu knife
12 -- スプーン supuun spoon
13 さら sara plate / dish
14 はし hashi chopsticks
15 割り箸 わりばし waribashi disposable
chopsticks
16 -- ワイングラス waingurasu wine glass
17 -- マグカップ magukappu mug

Remarks:

1.A "chawan" can be used for drinking tea or eating rice.

2. Depending on the material used, "wan" can be written as (wood) or (chinaware).

3. In Japanese (and Chinese), non-cooked rice and cooked rice are two different words. Non-cooked rice is

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) . Cooked rice is ご飯.

4. In Japanese, the phrase "熱い水" (hot water) is not used. Instead, they have one single word 湯 to refer to hot water. Just in case you are also interested in the Chinese language, 湯 is a false friend as it means "soup" in Chinese.

5. Japanese tableware is more or less the same as Chinese tableware. But in Japan, each family member has their own set of chopsticks and bowls, while the Chinese usually share the tableware among family members.

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急須 by learza、茶碗 by MASA、カップ by Nponte、グラス by Tysto、碗 by Tamagohan
皿 by Pete Souza、箸 by FiveRings、ワイングラス by Aka