Ask water without ice in Japanese

Almost in all the restaurants and food chain shops in Japan water is served with ice regardless whether it is summer or winter. It is a norm in the Japanese society and Japanese people tends to accept it without any issues. Sometimes water is not given by default, in that case water can be requested upon ordering food at the counter. Today we will learn about how to ask for water and asking it without ice. Lets start with asking only water firstly.

Japanese: みず を おねがいします。
Reading: omizu o onegaishimasu.
Meaning: Please give me some water.

OR

Japanese: みず ください。
Reading: omizu kudasai.
Meaning: Please give me some water.

Here – O before mizu is used for polite form. Normally water in Japanese is みず (mizu) – 水.

Now if you want your water without ice, please mention it to the person in charge when asking.

Japanese: こおり なし で みず を おねがいします。
Reading: Koori nashi de omizu o onegaishimasu.
Meaning: Please give me some water without ice.

OR

Japanese: こおり なし みず ください。
Reading: Koori nashi de omizu kudasai.
Meaning: Please give me some water without ice.

Ice in Japanese is こおり (koori) – 氷.

Now you know how to ask for water without ice in Japanese. If you ever be in a Japanese restaurant and want your drinking water without ice, you know how to deal with it.

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