Welcome to japanese pages area . With my benefits of knowing japanese language , I want to share with you some words in japanese . Widens your knowledge about japanese language and spread or communicate with other people using japanese language .

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2.Romantic japanese words


Here are some suggestion you can say to someone you love and care :

1.Anata nashidewa ikite ikanai - I can't live without you

2.Aishiteru - I love you

3.Hana no youni kirei - You are as beautiful as a flower

4.Iroppoi - You're sexy

5.Itsumo aishiteru - I will always love you

6.Kekkon shite-kureru? - Will you marry me?

7.Kimi ni muchu nanda - I'm crazy about you

8.Kirei dayo - You're beautiful

9.Kisu shite - Kiss me

10.Kisu shite mo ii - May I kiss you?

11.Kokoro no sokokara aishiteru - I love you from the bottom of my heart

12.Zutto issho-ni itai - I want to be with you forever

3.phrase of the day


Here are some daily phrase that you can use it everyday and it is very easy to understand and say . Try to say it whenever you meet somebody . It is an extra-benefit for you to know another language other than english or your own national language.

1.Ohayou gozaimas - good morning

2.konnichiwa - good afternoon

3.konbanwa - good evening

4.Sayounara - good bye

5.Daijoubudeska? - are you alright?

6.Kore wa nan desu ka? - what is this?

7.Arigatou Gozaimas - Thank-you very much

8.sumimasen / gomennasai - I am sorry

9.Nanika hokani arimasu ka? - anything else

10.wakarimasen - I don't understand

11.Otsukare samadeshita - well done

12.Watashi no namae wa (name) - my name is (name)

13.ima nanji deska? - what time is it?

14.Sore de zenbu desu! - thats all!

15.Nemuides - I am sleepy

16.mata ne / jaa ne - see you later

17.Nihongo ga dekimasen - I don't understand japanese

18.Ima isougashideska - Are you busy now

19.Wakarimashita - All right / understand / got it

20.Ima ohima desu ka - Are you free now?

4.Japanese proverbs


I found a very good source for "proverbs" related to smiles (something we can all produce).Hope that you enjoy these "proverbs". They are not overly complicated and I think rather good to keep in mind from day to day.

"Ichi nichi isshou"
A smile a day.

"Genki kubari, Egao kubari"
Be generous with your energy.
Be generous with your smiles.

"Egao wa hamigaki no yo na mono mainichi mainichi migakanakya"
A smile is like a toothbrush. You have to use it regularly to keep your teeth shiny clean.

"Hito wa homerareru no ga daisuki dakara uun to homete"
People love to be praised so do so with all your might.

"Anata ga suki, shigoto ga suki, egao ga dai suki."
I like you, I like work, I love your smile.

"Suu iki yori mo haku iki nagaku,
fuku shiki kokyu de,
nagai iki nagai iki"
It is better to exhale deeply than to inhale.
Breathe deeply from the abdomen for a
Long breath equals long life.

"Dare ni mo machigai wa aru
dakara empitsu ni mo
keshigomu ga tsuite iru."
Everyone makes mistakes.That's why
there is an eraser on every pencil.

"Jishin ni michita hito no egao wa kagayaite iru"
A person filled will confidence has a brilliant smile.

"Nani o mite nani o kangaeru ka de anata no egao ga kimaru"
Your smile determines how you see and think about the world around you.

5.Japanese insult/bad words  


This is just for your knowledge and not recommend to say it to someone else unless if you are really - really angry to him , then use it as your backfired weapon . Anyway , never use it as your daily words because it may cause trouble for you .  

1.Hentai - pervert

2.baka yaro - stupid/idiot/fool

3.warukagi - brat / bad child

4.uso tsuki - liar!

5.koshinuke - coward

6.Iyarashi - disgusting

7.kutabare! - go to hell!

8.kuso kurae - eat shit!

9.chikushoo - oh shit! ,/ oh hell!

10.fuzakeru na - stop being stupid

5.facts about japan 


Here I want to share with you some of japanese facts that you should know whenever you visit or study in japan . There were about 20 facts here and I hope you enjoy reading it .

20. Raw horse meat is a popular entree in Japan. Sliced thinly and eaten raw it is called basashi – it is pictured above.

19. Over 70% of Japan consists of mountains. The country also has over 200 volcanoes.

18. A musk melon (similar to a cantaloupe) can sell for over 31,473 yen ($300.00).

17. The literacy rate in Japan is almost 100%.

16. There are vending machines in Japan that dispense beer!

15. Japanese people have an average life-expectancy that is 4 years longer than Americans. Maybe American’s should eat more basashi!

14. Some men in Japan shave their heads as a form of apology.

13. Japan has the second lowest homicide rate in the world, but is also home to the extremely spooky suicide forest, aokigahara.

12. Japan has produced 15 Nobel laureates (in chemistry, medicine and physics), 3 Fields medalists and one Gauss Prize laureate.

11. Younger sumo-wrestlers are traditionally required to clean and bathe the veteran sumo-wrestlers at their wrestling “stables”…including all the hard-to-reach places.

10. Japan’s unemployment rate is less than 4%.

9. Japan consists of over 6,800 islands.

8. “Tetsuo: Iron Man” (no relation to the comic book, or Robert Downey, Jr. film), a relatively popular, extreme, “Cyberpunk” film (a “cyberpunk” film is a science fiction film that involves technology – and the abuse thereof – and social unrest), was based on a play the director Shinya Tsukamoto wrote and directed in college.

7. A Paleolithic culture from about 30,000 BC is the first known inhabitants of Japan.

6. Prolific Japanese film-maker Takahi Miike made up to 50 films in a decade during the peak of his career.

5. Animated Japanese films and television shows (.i.e.: Anime) account for 60% of the world’s animation-based entertainment. So successful is animation in Japan, that there are almost 130 voice-acting schools in the country.

4. 21% of the Japanese population is elderly, the highest proportion in the world.

3. In the past, the Japanese court system has had a conviction rate as high as 99%!

2. Japanese prisons (as of 2003) operated at an average of 117% capacity.

1. Raised floors help indicate when to take off slippers or shoes. At the entrance to a home in Japan, the floor will usually be raised about 6 inches (15.24 cm.) indicating you should take off your shoes and put on slippers. If the house has a tatami mat room, its floor may be raised 1-2 inches (2.54-5.08 cm.) indicating you should take off your slippers.

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