Casual: okaeri (oh-kai-eh-ree) おかえり (お帰り)

Polite: okaerinasai (oh-kai-eh-ree-nah-sigh) おかえりなさい (お帰りなさい)The most common expression offered to welcome someone home is:

Okaerinasai (おかえりなさい)

This is normally said in response to (or responded to with):

Tadaima (ただいま) ("I"m back/home!")

welcome house is okaerinasaiTo greet someone that has actually changed, you might say "okaeri." "Welcome ago finest friend" is kind of awkward, and I do not imagine that would certainly happen exceptionally often in Japan. A straightforward, enthusiastic "okaeri!" have to be enough. It is written: お帰り

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