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メリー クリスマス = “Merry Christmas” in Japanese

Merry Christmas in Japanese ->  メリー クリスマス   This is phonetic, katakana spelling. You see it all over Japan During December.

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Zenta Claus:  Japan’s Patron Saint of “Buy Nothing Day” (無買日). Passively fighting Christmas commercialism.

Thus, as a service to those Middle School teachers, party planners and the idol curious out there, I offer the title of this post and, once again, here provide “Merry Christmas” in Japanese:

メリークリスマス

This “Merry Christmas” (pron:  Mehri Kurisumasu) is written in Katakana, one of the three writing systems used in Japanese.  Katakana is used for foreign words and phrases, onomatopoeia, and italics.

If you want to say “Happy Christmas”, here it is in Katakana:

ハピークリスマス

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Goh・yukkuri de . . .

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