Japanese Language

Thank You in Japanese

How to say Thank You in Japanese [Ultimate Guide]

The most common and natural way to say “thank you” in Japanese is the casual ありがとう (arigatou) or the formal ありがとうございます (arigatou gozaimasu). You can use ありがとう (arigatou) or ありがとうございます (arigatou gozaimasu) as a means to express thanks for a gift, a compliment, a service or even to accept or refuse an offer in Japanese. …

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Beautiful in Japanese

How to say Beautiful in Japanese

There are plenty of ways to say “beautiful” in Japanese. The most common way is to say 美しい (utsukushii) which quite literally translates to “beautiful”. 美しい (utsukushii) is what’s called an i-adjective. Its meaning is considerably more intense than the English word “beautiful”. In short, if you describe something as 美しい (utsukushii), you’re conveying a …

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OK in Japanese

How to say OK, Okay and It’s Okay in Japanese

The best way to say “Okay” in Japanese to express your acknowledgement of something is to say わかった (wakatta). If you need to speak formally you can use わかりました (wakarimashita). To ask, or tell someone that something is okay, you’ll need to use a different expression. You can phrase the Japanese expression 大丈夫? (daijoubu?) as …

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