Japanese slang

Translation: You Playboy!
Use it: Girls say it to a cheating lover.

“Nani iro-no shitagi-o tsuketeru-no?”
Translation: What color are your panties?
Use it: Guys say to a girl, hinting that they want to find out for

“Boku-wa aisu kurimu-o issho-ni taberu hito-ga inai-no.”
Translation: I don’t have anyone to share ice cream with.
Use it: This will get a guy a date instantly. Japanese girls LOVE ice cream!

Translation: I’m Drunk.
Use it: Before you pass out!

“Asa sekkusu-suru-no suki?”
Translation: Do you like to make love in the morning?
Use it: For fun!

“Ikkai neta-dake-desho, Teishu-zura shinaide!”
Translation: We only went to bed once, don’t act like my husband!
Use it: Girls say it to a “fatal attraction”.

“Akachan-ni-tsuite-no hono yomi-haji-nayo.”
Translation: Start reading books about babies.
Use it: Japanese girls use the beat-around-the-bush method of telling big
news like this.

“Mo ichido tesuto-o ukete!”
Translation: Take the test again!
Use it: Guys, here’s a good response, if the previous phrase is ever said
to you!

“Motto tsuyoi nomimono-o tanonde.”
Translation: Order me a stronger drink.
Use it: Girls use this to let a guy know that you wanna get drunk with him!

“Doko-ga kanjiru-ka oshiete!”
Translation: Show me your erogenous areas!
Use it: To have fun with someone!

“Mo owatta?”
Translation: Finished already?”
Use it: I’m sure you can figure this out alone.

“Koshu benjo!”
Translation: Public toilet!
Use it: Guys say it to a girl, meaning she’ll let anyone use her!

Translation: I had her!
Use it: When kissing and telling.

“Choshoku-no miso-shiru-o tsukutte kureru?”
Translation: Will you make my miso soup for breakfast?”
Use it: Guys, this is a marriage proposal.

“Anata-wa atashi-o oitetta!”
Translation: You left me stranded!
Use it: When very, very, angry!

“Nanka yo?”
Translation: Do you wanna say something?
Use it: Japanese are infamous for staring, this will stop it.

Translation: You’re really stupid!”
Use it: Someday you’ll need this one!

“Yakimochi yakuna-yo!”
Translation: Don’t be jealous!
Use it: as a great comeback!

Translation: I can’t decide what to do with my chopsticks.
Use it: When everything in sight looks real yummy!

“Makudonarudo nashi-ja ikirarenai!”
Translation: I can’t live without my McDonalds!
Use it: I just thought this was cute!

“Oidasareru-made iyo!”
Translation: Let’s stay here till they throw us out!
Use it: When having a totally cool time with someone.

“Bakku si-toni suwaro!”
Translation: Let’s get jump in the back seat!
Use it: Most Japanese live at home until thier marriage day, so use this

“Anata-wa yarashii-koto kangaeteru!”
Translation: You’re thinking dirty thoughts!
Use it: You’ll know when you need it.

Translation: So are you!
Use it: As a good response to the above phrase.

“So-yu kangae suki!”
Translation: I like that kind of thinking!
Use it: As an even better response!

Translation: You’re so ugly!
Use it: The absolute worst thing to tell a Japanese girl.

Translation: You’re lacking in the ‘brave’ department!
Use it: The absolute worst thing to tell a Japanese guy.

“Poketto-ni futon-ga haiteru!”
Translation: I have a futon in my pocket!
Use it: As a cute joke!

“Tabako Kureru?”
Translation: Can I have a cigarette?
Use it: Comes in handy if you smoke.

Translation: WOW!
Use it: With your hand on your chest and your heart beating really fast!
*Special thanks to Jason for submitting this phrase*

“Kimi-wa boku-no kokoro-wo nusunda!”
Translation: You stole my heart!
Use it: When in love!
*Special thanks to KAZU for submitting this phrase*

Translation: May I have sex with you?
Use it: Carefully!
*Special thanks to Thomas for submitting this phrase*

Translation: Sound of drinking.
Use it: For fun when drinking!
*Special thanks to Toshikazu for submitting this phrase*

Japanese Slang Vol 2!

“Nihongo Hanaso.”
Translation: Let’s chat in Japanese.
Use it: In chat rooms, or on the phone.

“Tanoshiso Dane.”
Translation: You look like you’re having fun.
Use it: Out with a friend or umm… someone fun!

“Sofuto Kurimu ga Hoshii!”
Translation: I want some Ice Cream!
Use it: As a nice excuse to get a date!

“Mou sukoshi nonde.”
Translation: Have a bit more to drink.
Use it: Said many times throughout the night, this is a sure way to get
your date drunk!

“Tsumete, Suwarasete.”
Translation: Scoot over and let me sit down.
Use it: To get the seat next to the hottie on the shinkansen.

Translation: Pervert!
Use it: A nice reply when a hand “accidently” touches you in the crowd.

“Tanoshii kattara iru.”
Translation: If you show me a good time, I’ll stay.
Use it: In other words, I wanna stay, so let’s have some fun!

“Mongen Nanji?”
Translation: When’s your curfew?
Use it: Ask this before you start having fun!

Translation: I won’t drink!
Use it: To say get away, you have no chance of being my drinking buddy

“Aitsu okii noga suki nandaze!”
Translation: She must like big ones!
Use it: Sometimes said to a Japanese girl dating a foreigner.

“Yoku koko kuru-no?”
Translation: Do you come here often?”
Use it: A cheesy male pick-up line.

“kireina hitomi dane!”
Translation: You have beautiful eyes!
Use it: Another cheesy male pick-up line.

“Isshoni yoake-no kohi nomanai?”
Translation: Do you want to drink morning coffe together?”
Use it: Kinda like saying “Wanna spend the night with me?”.

“Gaman dekinai yo!”
Translation: I can’t stand you!
Use it: When angry!

“Teme konoyaro!”
Translation: You Dog!
Use it: Girls, someday you’ll need this one!

“Tabete miru?”
Translation: Will you try this?
Use it: When allowing your date to sample your dish.

“Moto chodai?”
Translation: Can I have another bite?
Use it: If your dates dish was delicious.

Translation: You’re so sexy!
Use it: Say this next time you see someone hot, but don’t know what to say!

“Watashi wo ieni tsretete!”
Translation: Take me home!
Use it: When you’re really not having as much fun as you thought you would!

“Baka iwanai deyo!”
Translation: Don’t say stupid things!
Use it: You’ll know when you need it.

“Denwa shite mo-ii?”
Translation: Can I call you?
Use it: When you wanna get someone’s phone number.

“Anata no koto wasurenai!”
Translation: I will never forget you!
Use it: This is a sweet romantic break-up line!

“Honto-ni aishiteru-nara sashimi taberu-te kikanaide!”
Translation: If you really love me, stop asking me to eat sashimi!
Use it: As a cute joke!

Translation: Let’s Party!
Use it: Hey, if you’re like me, use this very often!

“Aishiteta wa.”
Translation: I loved you.
Use it: Another good way to say “Bye-Bye”.

“Kisu shite moii?”
Translation: Can I kiss you?
Use it: On a first date.


8 Responses to Japanese slang

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  2. phương mai nói:

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  3. truc nói:

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  4. Awesome post! You have a great blog, absolutely the best Ive read so far. I will be looking forward to your next entry. Thanks again.

  5. Dat Nguyen nói:

    So handy! Esp when dating a girl :))
    Thank you very much! Domo arigato ^^

  6. quang tuyen nói:

    私はtuyen です

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