Slang(スラング)

Did you encounter the word “warota(ワロタ、ワロタ)” when you reading comments at Japanese bulletin boards or SNSs?

“Wa ...

Slang(スラング)

The word “egui” means “spicy/bitter/harsh taste” and it has been used for a long time in Japan, especially as a cooki ...

Slang(スラング)

“Shoboi(しょぼい:ショボイ)”

This is a slang term often used by Japanese youth and some adults.

Even though we oft ...

Slang(スラング)

“ムカつくー!(mukatsuku)”

I hope someone didn’t tell you so.

Perhaps you heard such words in ...

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

Slang(スラング)

“Uzai(うざい)!”

This is a slang often used by Japanese youth and some adults. This word seems to be used even amon ...

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 ...

Slang(スラング)

If you like Japanese manga and anime, you may have heard the word “fujoshi(腐女子)” at least once.

This word has b ...

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) ...

Slang(スラング)

“Kishoi” is often used by young people, but it was originally used in daily conversations in the Kansai region.
A ...