Everyday Expression(日常)

Did you hear the word “dere-dere” somewhere?

These are some examples of how the word is used in Japanese conver ...

Everyday Expression(日常)

There are many onomatopoeias in Japanese, and “doki doki(どきどき、ドキドキ)” is one of them.

“Doki doki” means that the ...

Everyday Expression(日常)

「Kimochi yokatta–!」

This phrase means “It felt very good”.
This meaning may vary slightly depending on the ...

Everyday Expression(日常)

“Aete yokatta!(会(あ)えてよかった!)”

Did someone give you such a phrase?
Then you must be very attracti ...

Everyday Expression(日常)

Did you hear the word “Kakko ii(カッコイイ、恰好(かっこう)いい”?

This word often appears in Japanese everyday conversations.

Everyday Expression(日常)

No one would feel bad, if that person has been said that he/she is “oshare”.

Because “oshare” means ...

Everyday Expression(日常), Slang(スラング)

“Yabai” is a word widely used in Japan from young people to elderly people.

This word has been used since the E ...

Everyday Expression(日常)

When the Japanese say “uresii(うれしい、嬉しい)”, it means ”I am glad”, “I am happy”, “I feel pleasant” and ...

Everyday Expression(日常)

Have you heard the word “Gomen!(ごめん)”?

When somebody says “Gomen”, it usually means “Sorry”.

The Japanese ...

Everyday Expression(日常), Slang(スラング)

 

“Cho/chou kawaii (ちょうかわいい:超可愛い)”!

Have you ever heard Japanese say this in conversations