What are the basic Japanese words?

What are the basic Japanese words?

Basic Japanese Phrases

  • Hai. Yes. はい。
  • Iie. No. いいえ。
  • O-negai shimasu. Please. おねがいします。
  • Arigatō. Thank you. ありがとう。
  • Dōitashimashite. You’re welcome. どういたしまして。
  • Sumimasen. Excuse me. すみません。
  • Gomennasai. I am sorry. ごめんなさい。
  • Ohayō gozaimasu. Good morning. おはようございます。

What are cute Japanese words?

Cute Japanese Words That Will Make You Smile

  • かわいい (kawaii) — Cute. We had to mention this one.
  • ときどき (tokidoki) — Sometimes. Repetition is a trait or feature of Japanese words.
  • くらくら (kurakura) — Dizzy.
  • あたらしい (atarashii) — New.
  • にこにこ (nikoniko) — Smile.
  • おいしい (oishii) — Delicious.
  • もも (momo) — Peach.
  • ほし (hoshi) — Star.

What are the famous Japanese words?

The following are some essential, must-know phrases when communicating with Japanese people.

  • Ohayou-gozaimasu (おはようございます): Good morning.
  • Kon’nichiwa (こんにちは): Hello (during daytime only)
  • Konbanwa (こんばんは): Good evening/hello (during evening/night)
  • Arigatou gozaimasu (ありがとうございます): Thank you.
  • Hai (はい): Yes.
  • Iie (いいえ): No.

What are short Japanese words?

Common Japanese Phrases for Beginners

  • はい (hai) – Yes.
  • いいえ (iie) – No.
  • わかりません (wakarimasen) – I don’t understand.
  • わすれました (wasuremashita) – I forgot.
  • しりません (shirimasen) – I don’t know.
  • たぶん (tabun) – Maybe.
  • だいじょうぶ (daijoubu) – Alright.
  • よろしくお願いします (yoroshiku onegai shimasu) – Nice to meet you.

What is komorebi?

In real life, the space between the canopy and branches allows sunlight to gently filter through. In Japan, the dappled light this creates is called komorebi (pronounced koh-mo-reh-bee) and is made up of the kanji characters for tree (木), shine through (漏れ), and sun (日).

What is Sugoi in Japanese?

“すごい” (sugoi) is a compliment that Japanese people often use. It is used anytime when you are impressed by the other person’s attitude and behavior, or when you think “This is good!” It is an expression that you feel intuitively rather than thinking.