ラウンジ (Lounge) とは待合室のひとつで、公共の休憩室やロビー、家庭内の居間や客間など、寛げるスペース。または換気扇の下。
- 空港ラウンジ – 空港内で提供される特別な待合室。
- ラウンジカー – 列車で飲食物を給仕する車両。同様の設備を有するロビーカーを参照。
- ラウンジ・ミュージック – イージー・リスニング系音楽の一種。
- ラウンジ板 – インターネット上の掲示板2ちゃんねるのジャンルの一つ。
- ラウンジ (接待飲食店) – クラブやスナックバーと同系統の接待飲食店。
noun. The definition of a lounge is an area in a public place such as a hotel, airport or club, where you can sit, wait and relax. A comfortable room in an airport where first class passengers go to wait for their flights is an example of the First Class lounge.
lounge bars. DEFINITIONS1. 1. a room in a pub that is more comfortable and usually more expensive than the public bar. Synonyms and related words.
A “lounge” was the anteroom to a public restroom, usually containing a chaise longue. This is just personal experience of U.S. Southern usage. Sitting room = British English and still used today. Lounge = not a living room.
Bar – a place/counter licensed and stocked to sell alcohol. Pub – a public house where drinks may be bought or served. … Lounge – same like pub only More couches, more cocktails and relaxing background music. One word – comfort.
The music of Japan includes a wide array of performers in distinct styles, both traditional and modern. The word for “music” in Japanese is 音楽 (ongaku), combining the kanji 音 on (sound) with the kanji 楽 gaku (enjoy). Japan is the largest physical music market in the world, worth US$2 billion in sales in physical formats in 2014, and the second-largest overall music market, worth a total retail value of 2.6 billion dollars in 2014 – dominated by Japanese artists, with 37 of the top 50 best-selling albums and 49 of the top 50 best-selling singles in 2014.
Local music often appears at karaoke venues, which is on lease from the record labels. Traditional Japanese music differs markedly from Western music, as it is often[quantify] based on the intervals of human breathing rather than on mathematical timing.