喫茶店って英語でなんて言うの?

お客様と「喫茶店」で待ち合わせをすることにしたいのですが、英語で「喫茶店」は何と言うのでしょうか?
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Asuraさん
2018/12/26 21:36
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  • Cafe

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  • Coffee Shop

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  • Tearoom

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「喫茶店」は「Cafe」を意味します。
「Coffee shop」は「コーヒー」+「店」
「Tearoom」は「紅茶や抹茶を売る店」
Rik Brown 英会話教師 (DMM英会話翻訳パートナー)
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  • Coffee shop

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  • Cafe

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「喫茶店」は coffee shop や cafe と言います。

例)Could we meet at a coffee shop in Suehiro-cho on Thursday?
「木曜日に末広町の喫茶店で会えますか?」

例)How about meeting at the cafe across from the train station?
「駅の向かいにある喫茶店で会うのはどうですか?」

ご参考になれば幸いです!
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  • Coffee Shop - a small, informal restaurant where drinks and small meals are served, sometimes in a larger shop or building:

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  • Coffee Bar - a shop where different types of coffee are sold, either to drink or as beans or powder

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A Coffee Shop (sometimes referred to as a Cafe) is a small to medium sized shop where people go to sit and drink different types of coffee (or other hot/cold drinks such as tea, hot chocolate etc.) and to eat light snacks or cakes often with friends.
Gayle S DMM英会話講師
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  • Cafe

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  • Coffee shop

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There are multiple names for this type of business.

One way to call it is a cafe, which is a restaurant, usually small, that serves coffee and baked goods such as desserts, and sometimes they also offer light meals.

Another name for this type of business is a coffee shop. Coffee shops mainly serve coffee but also sometimes offer baked goods as well.

Both are generally relaxing settings, sometimes with places to sit outside to enjoy your coffee.
Dajsha DMM英会話講師
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  • A coffee shop.

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  • A cafe.

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A cafe is a place that people can go to for a cup of coffee or to hang out and get some light food and snacks like pastries. Sometimes people go there for meetings or to speak about business in a more casual setting. You can use it in a sentence by saying something like "I will be going to the cafe later to meet Cindy.".
Kharina DMM英会話講師
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  • Cafe

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  • Coffee shop

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We can call a store that sells coffee and teas a, "Cafe," or a, "coffee shop."

Example sentences :
- I usually go to a coffee shop to study for exams.
- I tend to meet my clients at cafe's since it's an easy meeting location.
Jonathan B DMM英会話講師
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  • Coffee House

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  • Coffee shop

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  • Cafe

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Coffee House/Coffee shop/Cafe
A Coffee House is a place where coffee, cake, tea and
light refreshments are served. Another more commonly used term
is Coffee Shop which is used interchangeably with Coffee House.
The word Cafe is the French word for Coffee so is used as well,
however, in some parts of the world, a Cafe has evolved (changed)
into a store where one can buy anything from household goods, fruit
and vegetables, even medication. In England, this establishment would
be called a Tea Shop.
Shams DMM英会話講師
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  • Cafe

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  • Coffee shop

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A cafe a place that sells food and beverages. Cafe's are open for breakfast and lunch. A coffee shop is a place that focuses on selling coffee, however coffee shop's are not limited to selling just coffee.
Logan M DMM英会話講師
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  • Cafe

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  • Coffee shop

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You could use any of the above two words to describe this picture that you see. This is a cafe/coffee shop, a place where people go to sit down and work with a cup of coffee or meet up with friends or even get a takeaway coffee/meal.

Examples;
- Every morning, I go by the cafe to get a cup of coffee.
Robyn K DMM英会話講師
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  • Café

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  • Coffee shop

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  • Coffee lounge

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Hello Asura-san!

There are many ways to refer to this place, but I will give you three easy ones to remember.
The most common expression is café, which is had all over the English speaking world. The other two expressions are "coffee shop" and "coffee lounge" which are both acceptable too, though a lounge is generally bigger than a shop. In recent years, an additional wrinkle has been added in that computers connected to the Internet have become common in some cafés in addition to coffee and other basic items on the menu. These locations are known as "Internet cafés."
Brayan DMM英会話講師
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