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 ...

Slang(スラング)

“Guguru(ググる)” is already used in Japan not only on the Internet but also in everyday conversation.
It ...

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 ...

Slang(スラング)

Gachi de yabai
ガチでヤバイ

Gachi no ippon shoubu
ガチの一本勝負

Korette gachi no yatsu?
これってガチのやつ?

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Slang(スラング)

“Iketeru!”

If someone says such a word to you, you can be pleased!
Because it means,
“You a ...

Slang(スラング)

One of the words frequently used among Japanese youth is “chuunibyou(中二病:ちゅうにびょう)”.

It is often used in the ota ...

Slang(スラング)

“Charai !!(ちゃらい:チャライ)”

Perhaps there is at least one person around you with such a character.
I hope that p ...

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 ...

Slang(スラング)

“Orz” was often seen on one of the big bulletin boards in Japan, “2 channel (currently 5 channel)&# ...