Since there are 3 Japanese girls and 2 Asian girls who speak Japanese, Japanese is being kinda like the 2nd language in the crew. Here are some basic Japanese words and phrases spoken on the crew chat.

--- Ohayo ---
variations: Ohayo-, Ohha-, Oha
It is from an adjective "hayai" meaning "early", and basically means like "good morning". But it is often used when ppl see someone fer the first time in the day. And it sometimes has a bit of ironic or teasing nuance when it is used NOT really in the morning implying "You overslept.", "You are late." or such.

--- Okaeri ---
variations: Okaeri-, Oka-, Oka-ri-, Okya-ri-
It is from a verb "kaeru" meaning "come back" or "go back", and means almost the same as "welcome back".

--- Tadaima ---
variations: Tadaima-, Tada-, Ta-ima-
It is used when ppl are back from somewhere or as a reply to "okaeri". Its literal meaning is "right now", and the full sentence is "tadaima kaeri masita" meaning "I got back right now."

--- un ---
It is a casual way of saying "yes" kinda like "yep", "yup" and such.

--- Arigato ---
variation: Arigato gozaimasu.
It means "Thank ye".

--- onaka suita ---
variations: onaka suita yo-, hara hetta-
It means "I'm hungry."

--- nemui ---

--- wa-i! ---

--- Omedetou ---

--- Otanjoubi Omedetou ---
Happy Birthday

--- Otukare ---
variations: Otukare-, Otu-
It is from a verb "tukareru" meaning "get tired". It is used to comfort someone who just finished something tiring. The full sentence is "otukare sama desita". I'm sorry it is too hard fer me to translate this sentence to English since English culture doesn't seem to have this kind of custom.

--- Mata ne ---
variations: Mata ne-, Mata-
"Mata" basically means "again". "Mata ne" is used like "see ye".

--- Mata asita ---
"Asita" means "tomorrow". "Mata asita" is kinda like "see ye tomorrow".

--- Oyasumi ---
variations: Oyasu-, Oyasumi nasai, Ohasumi nasa-i
Good night