What does “doko kara kimashita” mean in English?

From Japanese.

4 Answers

  • kento123
    1 month ago

    Hello the translation is as follows:

    Doko = Where

    Kara = (Combined with doko to form where)

    Kimashita = Come from

    So it means “Where do you come from?”

  • ?
    5 days ago

    “doko kara kimashita” meaning

    doko – where

    kara – from

    Putting it all together it means, “where do you come from.”

    This would be a question but, in japanese, it only becomes a question when the word “ka” comes after the word/sentence.

    So really is should be, “doko kara kimashita ka?”

    This then reads, “Where do you come from?”

  • ?
    5 days ago

    “Kokoro kara ai sUru” – To love someone with all your heart. or – To love some one deeply from the depth of your heart. “Anata oh kokorokara aishite masu” – I love you deeply from the bottom of my heart.

  • Prizm
    1 month ago

    This is off the cuff, but I’m pretty sure it means “Where are you from?” or “Where do you come from?”

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