JLPT N1 Vocabulary


newly-wed; newly married

JLPT N1 vocabulary list

Learn Japanese vocabulary: 【しんこん】(shinkon)

Meaning: newly-wed; newly married.

Type: Noun, Verb, Suru verb

Level: JLPT N1 Vocabulary

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Example #1

watashi wa shinkon ryokou de guamu e iku.
I'm going to Guam for my honeymoon.
Example #2

karera wa shinhon ryokou wo pari de sugoshita.
They honeymooned in Paris.
Example #3

hawai wa shinkon ryokou de iku hito mo iru mitai desune.
It seems that there are also people who go to Hawaii for their honeymoon trip.
Example #4

kono wain wa watashi tachi ga shinkon ryokou de katte kita mono desu.
This wine was bought on our honeymoon.
Example #5

3 nen mae, watashi tachi wa shinkon ryokou de igirisu ni ikimashita.
We went to England on a honeymoon trip three years ago.

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