JAPANESE WORDS

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Japanese Words: Here are some basic Japanese words and Japanese phrases that you could find very helpful on your travels to Japan. Listed here are Japanese Words from three categories: greetings, departures and interactions. These are very easy to learn Japanese words. For a more detailed list of Japanese words see our Japanese Phrase Book.

JAPANESE WORDS - GREETINGS

Hello.
こんにちは。 (Kon nichi wa)

Good morning.
おはようございます。 (Ohayō gozaimasu.)

Good evening.
こんばんは。 (kohm-bahn-wah)

How are you?
お元気ですか。 (O-genki desu ka?)

Fine, thank you.
元気です。ありがとう。 (Genki desu. Arigatō.)

What is your name?
お名前は何ですか。(O-namae wa nan desu ka? )

My name is ____ .
私の名前は ____ です。 (Watashi no namae wa ____ desu. )

Nice to meet you.
始めまして。 (Hajime mashite. )

JAPANESE WORDS - DEPARTURES

Goodbye. (long-term)
さようなら。 (Sayōnara. )

JAPANESE WORDS - INTERACTIONS

Please
どうぞ。 (Dōzo.)

Thank you
ありがとう。 (Arigatō.)

You're welcome
どういたしまして。 (Dō itashi mashite.)

Yes
はい。 Hai. (high)

No
いいえ。 Iie. (ee-eh)

Excuse me
すみません。 (Sumima sen.)

IMPROVE YOUR JAPANESE WORDS

Japanese Words

The best way to improve your Japanese is to use it regularly. The best way to use your Japanese regularly is to talk to native Japanese who are interested in developing their English skills. This way you improve your language skills, help them with their English and make new friends at the same time.

GoJapanGo Friends is the ideal way to find language partners, both male and female. It is great to have friends in Japan so when you travel there, you can meet them and they can show you around. This way you can experience the real Japan that you would normally miss as a tourist.

For a more detailed list of Japanese words see our Japanese Phrase Book.

Author: Craig Fryer

Japanese Words

JAPANESE WORDS

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