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Writing a thank you note to my sister in law 2017/12/12 04:01
Yesterday my sister in law and her husband took me and my fiance for a day trip to Nagoya and I wanted to send her a text/note thanking her for that and all the souvenirs she gave me but my Japanese is incredibly basic and I don't want to mess it up.

I wanted to say something like Thank you so much for taking us to Nagoya and for all the souvenirs! Hope we can meet again soon!

Can anyone help me with that?

Thank you!

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Re: Writing a thank you note to my sister in law 2017/12/12 19:34
(In roma-ji)

Nagoya ni tsurete itte itadaite, soshite takusan no o-miyaga made itadaki, kansha shite imasu. Arigatou gozaimasu.
Chikai uchi ni mata o-ai dekiru koto wo negatte imasu!

(In kana and kanji)



I appreciate your having taken us to Nagoya, and even (being so kind as to) giving us a lot of souvenirs. Thank you very much.
I look forward to meeting you again soon.

I kept the tone polite (but not super super respectful), not knowing how close you are with your sister-n-law.
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