Mr. Tomo. Long time no see. How are you?
Kyūkō de ikimashō (Let's take an express train).
A man cycles through a red light carrying a baby in a harness and is forced to stop suddenly to avoid a car that is going straight through the intersection.
Mama-chan, can you wait a bit? You're going too fast.
An elderly man travels down a small street on a bike, constantly ringing his bell to let pedestrians know he is coming up behind them.
I went into a supermarket unshaven with unkempt hair.
Hurry up and eat your noodles before they expand.
Is this your vehicle?
What's the bell for?
Isn't it bad manners to shorten konnichiwa (hello) when passing someone?
What do you feel like eating?
Shall we run around this (2.1-km) course three times?