Everyday Expression(日常)

Uwa-, samui!
(うわー、寒い!)

Yuki ga futteru. Douri de samui to omotta yo.
(雪が降ってる。どうりで寒いと思ったよ。)

For th ...

Everyday Expression(日常)

There are people in Japan who have the character of “menkui(面食い)”.
In fact, there are many such people not only i ...

Everyday Expression(日常), Slang(スラング)

Ike ike—!(イケイケー!)
Ike ike don don! (行け行けどんどん!)
Ike ike, go go! (いけいけゴーゴー!)
Otouto no atarashii kano ...

Everyday Expression(日常), Slang(スラング)

There is a line that a Japanese comedian always says when he appears in TV shows and so on.
“Ramen(ラーメン、拉麺) ...

Everyday Expression(日常)

The word “mazui(まずい)” that often appears in Japanese conversations is used regardless of gender or age.
It has se ...

Everyday Expression(日常)

When Japanese feel “delicious”, “tasty”, “yummy” and the like, they often express “oishii” or ...

Everyday Expression(日常)

The Japanese word “oishii(おいしい:美味しい)” means “delicious”.

The followings are examples of ...

Everyday Expression(日常)

“Oshii —!”

This “oshii(惜しい:おしい)” is a word that often appears in Japanese conversation.
It is used in casua ...

Everyday Expression(日常)

“Sugoi(すごい:凄い)” is a word that is often used at any time, in any situation, regardless of age or gender.

You ca ...

Everyday Expression(日常)

“Yokatta(よかった)” means “that was good,” but if the word becomes “yokattaRA(よかったら)”, it becomes a different meaning.