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A recipe in the Japanese written language

Japanese advertising in Detroit in 2004

The Japanese language was an Earth language spoken by the Japanese people of the archipelago of Japan. Hoshi Sato was fluent in Japanese.

One of the the 37's spoke Japanese. (VOY: "The 37's")

Japanese-language advertisements were present in Detroit in 2004. (ENT: "Carpenter Street")

Sato had a recipe for her grandmother's oden, in the original Japanese. (ENT: "Singularity")

In a deleted scene from ENT: "The Expanse", Hoshi Sato remarked after a visit with her parents that she thought she should "brush up on her Japanese", though Captain Archer doubted it.

The Mariposan colonists used technology labeled ヨシミツ. This transliterated to Yoshimitsu, for the Yoshimitsu computer company. (TNG: "Up The Long Ladder")

Hachidan kiritsu (八段規律) was a Japanese term which meant "eighth degree rule." It described an illegal move in the sport of anbo-jyutsu. (TNG: "The Icarus Factor")

According to the script for "The Icarus Factor", hachidan kiritsu was pronounced as "HAH-chee-dawn Kee-RIT-soo".

The Daystrom Institute, being an Okinawan establishment, also went by the name Deisutorōmu sentan robotto kōgakukenkyūsho (デイストローム先端ロボット工学研究所). (PIC: "Remembrance")

Japanese-named starships

Maru is a word meaning "defensive circle", and was often used for vessels.

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