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EnglishRomajiJapanese
vegetableyasai野莱
auberginenasuなす
beanmame
beetrootbiitsuビーツ
broccoliburokkoriiぶロッコリー
brussel sproutmekyabetsuメキャベツ
cabbagekyabetsuキャベツ
carrotninjinニンジン
cauliflowerkarifurawaaカリフラワー
kidney beaningen mameいんげん豆
leekriiki,riikuリーキ,リーク
lettuceretasuレタス
oniontamanegiタマネギ
parsnippaasunippu, shironinjinパースニップ, 白にんじん
peaendoumameエンドウマメ
potatojagaimoジャガイモ
soya beandaizu大豆
string beansaya endouさやえんどう
ricegohan御飯
  • rice grain
  • kome
    swedesuueendenkabuスウェーンデカブ
    turnipkabuカブ
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    Who is coming?
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