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Greeting for new co-workers. 2010/3/9 13:40
I'll be traveling to Japan later this month for an ALT position. I haven't been to Japan since back in 2006 and my Japanese is quite rusty. I'm comfortable with introducing myself, but is there some sort of customary phrase when introducing myself to new co-workers?

For some reason I have it in my head that there was a phrase that basically meant "I look forward to trying hard with all of you", or something along those lines. I'm pretty sure I remember learning something for this occasion back in school, but it's been so long.

Any help would be appreciated.
(Also if you use kanji in your example some accompanying furigana would be great!)
by kevinsev7n  

Maybe 2010/3/9 14:18
(いっしょうけんめい がんばりたい と おもいます。よろしく おねがい いたします。)

A kind of standard phrase that employees give at the end of their little self introduction.
by Smoke (guest) rate this post as useful

Thanks 2010/3/9 17:05
Thanks. That definitely rings a bell.
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