Japanese Language

 

  • Konnichiwa- Hello (Good Day & Good Afternoon)
  • Sayonara- Good-bye
  • Ohayo Gozaimasu- Good morning
  • Konbaanwa- Good evening
  • Oyasuminasai- Good night
  • Okiniiri no manga wa nani- What’s your favorite manga
  • Acchi ni itte yo- Go away
  • Anata ba ichiban- You are the best
  • Gomennasai- I’m sorry
  • Sumimasen- Pardon me
  • Yen- (Japanese money: ¥)
  • Nihon Ai- love of Japan
  • Tchi- (plural)
  • Isshukan- week
  • Ikkagetsu- month
  • Ichinen- year
  • Ichinichi- day
  • Nichiyoubi- Sunday
  • Getsuyoubi- Monday
  • Kayoubi- Tuesday
  • Suiyoubi- Wednesday
  • Mokuyoubi- Thursday
  • Kinyoubi- Friday
  • Doyoubi- Saturday
  • Shujin- couple
  • Resutorant- restaurant
  • Kouen- park
  • Sara- plate
  • Inu- dog
  • Neko- cat
  • Tabemono- food
  • Kazu- number
  • Misu- water
  • Hon- book
  • Hai- yes
  • Iie- no
  • Tamago- egg
  • Aruku- walk
  • Hashiru- run
  • Utau- sing
  • Kau- buy
  • Kakureru- hide
  • Matsu- wait
  • Neru- sleep
  • Kenka-suru- fight
  • Asobu- play
  • Odoru- dance
  • Kaku- write
  • Hohoemu- smile
  • Warau- laugh
  • Naku- cry
  • Kami- hair
  • Me- eye
  • Keitai- cellular phone
  • Denwa- phone
  • Kagi- key
  • Sakana- fish
  • Boru- bowl
  • Kappo- cup
  • Shatsu- shirt
  • Kooto- coat
  • Zubon- pants
  • Patsu- underwear
  • Toire- toilet
  • Kutsu- shoes
  • Beddo- bed
  • Teeburu- table
  • Shinnbun- newspaper
  • Geemu- game
  • Apaato- apartment
  • Konsaato- concert
  • Koohii- coffee
  • Doru- dollar
  • Terebi- television
  • Nootopasokan- notebook laptop
  • Kamera- camera
  • Kurejittokaato- credit card
  • Ike- go
  • Ai- love
  • Osoi- slow
  • Hayai- fast
  • Keeki- cake
  • Konpyuuta- computer
  • Kazoku- families
  • Ani- older brother
  • Musuko- son
  • Musume- daughter
  • Ane- older sister
  • Haha- mother
  • Tsuma- wife
  • Chichi- father
  • Otto- husband
  • Oba- aunt
  • Oji- uncle
  • Itoko- cousin
  • Sofu- grandfather
  • Sobu- grandmother
  • Sensei- teacher
  • Onnanoko- girl
  • Otokanoko- boy
  • Shojo- (for girls)
  • Shonen- (for boys)
  • Onnano- woman
  • Otokano- man
  • Akanbo- baby
  • Mendori- hens
  • Hiyoko- chicks
  • Niwatori-goya- hen house
  • Asa- morning
  • Yugata- evening
  • Yoru- night
  • Taiyo- sun
  • Uchu- space
  • Wakusei- planet
  • Hoshi- star
  • Ame- rain
  • Yuki- snow
  • Kumo- clouds
  • Kaminari- lightning
  • Sora- sky
  • Kaze- wind
  • Shimo- frost
  • Kasumi- mist
  • Niji- rainbow
  • Suketobodo- skateboard
  • Sukii-rifuta- ski lift
  • Sukii-ita- ski
  • Suno-bodo- snowboarding
  • Taiso- gymnastics
  • Omise- grocery store
  • Gyunyu- milk
  • Sato- sugar
  • Okashi- candy
  • Ringo-jusu- apple juice
  • Manga- comic
  • E- drawing/picture
  • Enpitsu- pencil
  • Uchi- home
  • Yokushitsu- bathroom
  • Ima- living room
  • Shinshitsu- bedroom
  • Genkan- hall
  • Doa- door
  • Otobai- motorcycle
  • Eiga-kan- movie theater
  • Basu- bus
  • Robotto- robot
  • Uchu-hikoshi- spacemen
  • Sensha- carwash
  • Iruka- dolphin
  • Umi- sea
  • Hitode- starfish
  • Senin- sailor
  • Shima- island
  • Mizugi- swimsuit
  • Hamabe- beach
  • Kaiso- seaweed
  • Kai- shell
  • Nami- waves
  • Sakuranbo- cherry
  • Asa-gohan- breakfast
  • Hiru-gohan- lunch
  • Ban-gohan- supper
  • Taitsu- tights
  • Hanzubon- shorts
  • Jiipan- jeans
  • Watashi- I/me
  • Masshu-poteto- mashed potatoes
  • Gohan- rice
  • Hanbaga- hamburger
  • Hashi- chopsticks
  • Kocha- tea
  • Shio- salt
  • Kudamono- fruit
  • Niku- meat
  • Hando-baggu- purse
  • O-kane- money
  • Pan- bread
  • Taki- waterfall
  • Tonneru- tunnel
  • Iwa- rocks
  • Ogawa- stream
  • Aisukuriimu- ice cream
  • Karenda- calendar
  • Tsuki- moon
  • Yomu- read
  • Gaka- artist
  • Kangaeru- think
  • Hanasu- talk
  • Futotta- fat
  • Yaseta- thin
  • Toi- far
  • Chikai- near
  • Yoi- good
  • Warui- bad
  • Atsui- hot
  • Tsumentai- cold
  • Nureru- wet
  • Kawaiteru- dry
  • Ichiban-ue- top
  • Ichiban-shita- bottom
  • Kitanai- dirty
  • Kirei- clean
  • Ue- over
  • Shita- under
  • Aku- open
  • Shimaru- closed
  • Okii- big
  • Chiisai- little
  • Sukunai- few
  • Oi- many
  • Ichiban- first
  • Saigo- last
  • Hidari- left
  • Migi- right
  • Soto- out
  • Naka- in
  • Kantan- easy
  • Muzukashii- difficult
  • Kara- empty
  • Ippai- full
  • Yawarakai- soft
  • Kaitai- hard
  • Mae- front
  • Ushiro- back
  • Takai- high
  • Hikui- low
  • Nagai- long
  • Mijikai- short
  • Kareta- dead
  • Saiteiru- alive
  • Kurai- dark
  • Akarui- light
  • Furui- old
  • Atarashii- new
  • Haru- spring
  • Natsu- summer
  • Aki- autumn
  • Fuyu- winter
  • Kawaii- cute

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