Slang(スラング)

“Omayuu” is an SNS word/phrase that has been used in recent years in Japan.
The word originated in a ...

Everyday Expression(日常), Slang(スラング)

Perhaps many Japanese would be displeased when they are described as “dasai(ださい、ダサい)”.

The word spr ...

Everyday Expression(日常), Slang(スラング)

“Okan(オカン)” means “mother” in the Kinki dialect, and is mainly used by sons for their own mot ...

Everyday Expression(日常)

Hayaku!

Hayaku!
はやく!

Narubeku hayaku onegaishimasu.
なるべく早くお願いします。

Sore hayaku itte hoshikatta. ...

Everyday Expression(日常)

Occasionally, the word “seyakedo(せやけど)” appears in Japanese conversations. It is especially common in the ...

Everyday Expression(日常)

“Tasukete …”

This is a word that every Japanese knows, and it can be heard anywhere, in a formal or ...

Everyday Expression(日常)

“Otasuke(おたすけ、お助け)” is a noun “tasuke(助け)” added the prefix “o(お)” which indicate ...

Everyday Expression(日常)

The Japanese sometimes say to someone who has done some tasks or did some work as follows:

“Gokurousama(ご ...

Slang(スラング)

Benkyou wo suruno ga meindoi
勉強をするのがめんどい。

Heya no katazuke wa itsumo mendoi.
部屋のかたづけはいつもめんどい。

Son ...

Everyday Expression(日常)

While spending time with the Japanese, they sometimes say the followings:

Onaka suita —.
お腹すいたー。