あなたがまた日本に来るのを楽しみにしてるって英語でなんて言うの?

会うかどうかまだ分からないが、メールで伝えたい時どう言えばいいですか?
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Sakuさん
2019/09/12 12:22
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  • I look forward to you visiting Japan again.

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こんにちは。質問ありがとうございます。

「~を楽しみにしている」はlook forward to ~ で表します。

I look forward to → 楽しみにしている
You visiting Japan → あなたが日本に来るのを
again → また

ユーザーさんは、「会うかどうかまだ分からない」と言いました。
相手に会えるか分からないけど、「会えたらいいなあ」というような気持ちを伝えるには、I hope「望む」を使うといいです。
会えたらいいね → I hope I can see you.

またの質問をお待ちしております。
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  • I am really excited that you are coming back to Japan. Perhaps we can meet up whilst you are here.

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  • I am looking forward to your return to Japan. Maybe we can see one another whilst you are here.

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There are a number of ways to let your acquaintance know that you are happy that they have another opportunity of visiting Japan.
The second sentence of "Perhaps we can meet up whilst you are here". or
"Maybe we can see one another whilst you are here." are two ways of saying that you would be happy to see them, without making any firm commitments.
You are just being polite.

"I am really excited that you are coming back to Japan. Perhaps we can meet up whilst you are here".

"I am looking forward to your return to Japan. Maybe we can see one another whilst you are here:.
Desmond DMM英会話講師
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  • I look forward to your arrival back in Japan!

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When you are "looking forward" at something, it means that you are excited about it. "Arrival" means to get to Japan from a different country/destination. With this sentence, you are just saying that you are excited about them being here, but you are saying that you will be able to visit or see them when they are in Japan. Hope this helps! Thank you for your question.
Janke DMM英会話講師
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  • I'm looking forward to seeing you in again in Japan but I'm not sure if I will be able to see you.

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  • I'm excited that you are coming to Japan again but I am not sure if I will be able to see you.

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When your friend is coming to Japan again and you are looking forward to seeing them but still not sure whether you will be able to meet them; you may express this in the following ways:
-I'm looking forward to seeing you again in Japan but I'm not sure if I will be able to see you.
-I'm excited that you are coming to Japan again but I am not sure if I will be able to see you.
Aiden J DMM英会話講師
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  • I am looking forward to you coming back to Japan.

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Here is an example of this sentence being used in context: How has your trip overseas been? It has been amazing thanks! I am coming back to Japan next month. Oh wow! I am looking forward to you coming back to Japan.
Logan M DMM英会話講師
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  • I am so happy that you are coming back to Japan. Hopefully, we will see each other while you are here.

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  • I really hope I get to see you when you return to Japan. I am delighted that you get to visit again.

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  • I look forward to you visiting Japan again. Although, I am not sure if I will be able to see you this time.

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Express your happiness in their returning to Japan. But use key words to let the person know that you are unsure if you will see them. For example, hopefully I will see you. When you use this term it lets the person know that it is not for sure that you will see them. Or simply tell them that you are unsure of visiting with them when they arrive.
Tiffany M DMM英会話講師
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  • I'm looking forward to your visit.

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  • Can't wait for you to visit!

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  • Looking forward to seeing you!

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Visit is used when someone is coming to a place temporarily. For example, "I will visit America." "Can't wait" is an informal way to say you are looking forward to something. For example, "I can't wait for the package to arrive." If want to see someone, its possible to say "I'm looking forward to seeing you."
Justin H DMM英会話講師
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  • I am looking forward to your next visit to Japan.

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  • I can't wait till you visit Japan again.

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  • I hope to see you on your next visit here, in Japan.

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The sentences above can be used to express joy about your friend visiting.
It is always fun to have friends over in your country, you can show them around and introduce them to fun things to do in your city.

If they are planning on visiting again and you would like to ser them, you can mention that by saying any of the following sentences:

Let's make plans to meet the next time you come to Japan?
Let us arrange to get together next time you are here.
I'd love to see you when you arrive, can we schedule a date?
Tiyani DMM英会話講師
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  • I may not be able to meet you this time, but will welcome you back on your next visit!

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Situations where this word/phrase is used: social, business, formal, informal, making a promise, stating your position.
Type of word/phrase: standard language
Example of this word/phrase:
"Unfortunately, I may not be able to meet you this time, but will welcome you back on your next visit!"
Ian W DMM英会話講師
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  • I am looking forward to you coming to Japan, however, I might not be able to meet you.

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  • I can't wait until you are in Japan, I am not sure if I can meet you though.

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If someone is coming to Japan, and this makes you excited, however, you are unsure if you can meet them, then you can use one of these two sentences.

For example.
I am coming to Japan next week.
I know, I am looking forward to you coming, however, I might not be able to meet you.
No?
I need to check with my work.
Okay, no problem.

I hope this helps.
Have a great day.
Will.
Will Jay DMM英会話講師
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