JLPT N1 Vocabulary

Definition:

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

- Example Sentences

Each example sentence includes a Japanese furigana reading, the romaji reading, and the English translation.

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Example #1

わたしはしんこんりょこうでグアムへいく。
watashi wa shinkon ryokou de guamu e iku.
I'm going to Guam for my honeymoon.
Example #2

かれらはしんこんりょこうをパリですごした。
karera wa shinhon ryokou wo pari de sugoshita.
They honeymooned in Paris.
Example #3

ハワイはしんこんりょこうでいくひともいるみたいですね。
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

このワインはわたしたちがしんこんりょこうでかってきたものです。
kono wain wa watashi tachi ga shinkon ryokou de katte kita mono desu.
This wine was bought on our honeymoon.
Example #5

3ねんまえ、わたしたちはしんこんりょこうでイギリスにいきました。
3 nen mae, watashi tachi wa shinkon ryokou de igirisu ni ikimashita.
We went to England on a honeymoon trip three years ago.