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Romantic Japanese

__WHEN IN LOVE

Rabi.
Aijin.
Lover.

Koibito.*
Beloved person.

Anata-ni much�-nano.
Kimi-ni much�-nanda.
I'm crazy about you.

Aishiteru.
Daisuki dayo.
I love you.

Watashi-wa anata-no mono.


Boku-wa kimi-no mono.
I'm yours.

Anata-wa watashi-no mono.


Kimi-wa boku-no mono.
You're mine.

Anata-no-koto-ga subete shiritai.


Kimi-no-koto-ga subete shiritai.
I want to know all about you.
Oshiete-ageru.
I'll tell you.

Kirei-dayo.
You look beautiful.

Suteki-yo.
Suteki-dayo.
You're attractive.

Iroppoi!
You're sexy!

Kirei-na hitomi-dane.
You have beautiful eyes.

Ii nioi.
You smell sweet.

Kisu shite-mo ii?


May I kiss you?

Kisu shite.
Kiss me.
Aishite-mo ii?*
May I love you?

Kirei-na karada-dane.
You have a beautiful body.

Yasashiku shite-ne.
Treat me kindly.

Anata-ga hoshii.
Kimi-ga hoshii.
I want you.

Motto aishite.
Love me more.

Hanaretakunai.
I don't wanna leave you.

Zutto issho-ni itai.


I wanna stay with you forever.

Kekkon shite-kureru?
Will you marry me?
Sabishikunaru-wa.
Anata-ga koishikunaru-wa.
Sabishikunaru-yo.
I'll miss you.

Itsumo anata-o omotteru-wa.


Itsumo kimi-o omotteru-yo.
I'll always think of you.

Itsumo aishiteru.
I'll always love you.

Tsukiao.
Let's be together.

__WHEN IT'S OVER

Mada kekkon shitaku-nai.


I don't want to get married yet.

Mada konyaku shitaku-nai.


I don't want to get engaged yet.
Mada kekkon-nante kan-gaetakunai.
I don't want to think about marriage yet.

Aishiteru-kedo kekkon-wa dekinai.


I love you but I can't marry you.

Mada shinken-ni narita-kunai.


It's not time for me to get serious.

Gokai shinai-de.
Don't get me wrong.

Jibun-no jikan-ga hoshii-no.


Jibun-no jikan-ga hoshiin-da.
I need time to myself.

Watashi-wa anata-ni fusawashikunai-


wa.
Boku-wa kimi-ni fusawashikunai-yo.
I'm not good for you.

Watashi-no-koto wasurete.
Boku-no-koto wasurete.
Forget about me.

Mo owari-yo.
Mo owari-da.
It's over.

Shitsukoku shinai-de.
Shitsukoku suruna-yo.
Don't be persistent.

Mo aenai-wa.
Mo aenai-yo.
I can't see you anymore.

Mo denwa shinai.
I won't call you anymore.

Suki-dakedo aishitenai.
I like you but I don't love you anymore.

Mo aishitenai.
I don't love you anymore.

Hoka-ni koibito-ga deki-ta-no.


Hoka-ni koibito-ga deki-ta.
I have another girlfriend/boyfriend.

Mo anata-ni kyomi-ga nai-no.


Mo kimi-ni kyomi-ga nain-da.
I'm not interested in you anymore.

Issho-ni-ite-mo tanoshikunai.
Being with you is no fun.

Anata tsumannai!
Kimi tsumanne!
You're boring!

Jama shinai-deyo!
Jama shinai-dekure!
Stop bothering me!

Mo watashi-no-koto aishitenai-none?
Mo boku-no-koto aishitenain-dane?
You don't love me anymore, do you?

Hoka-ni koibito-ga dekita-no?


Do you have another girlfriend/boyfriend?

Doka oshiete. Shiritai-no.


Doka oshiete. Shiritain-da.
Please tell me. I want to know.

Ii kanojo-ja nakute gomen-ne.


Ii kareshi-ja nakute gomen-ne.
I'm sorry I haven't been a good
girlfriend/boyfriend.

Watashi-no sei.
Boku-no sei.
It's my fault.

Mo ichido yarinaosenai?
Can't we start again?

Anata-no-koto shinken-nano.
Kimi-no-koto shinken-nanda.
I'm serious about you.

Watashi-no kimochi wakatte.


Boku-no kimochi wakatte.
Please understand my feelings.

Anata-nashi-ja ikirare-nai.
Kimi-nashi-ja ikirare-nai.
I can't live without you.

Anata-no-koto wasure-nai.
Kimi-no-koto wasure-nai.
I will never forget you.
Suteki-na omoide-o arigato.
Thanks for the beautiful memories.

Shiraiette yokatta.
I'm so happy to have known you.

Tokidoki watashi-no-koto omoidashite.


Tokidoki boku-no-koto omoidashite.
Remember me sometimes.

Mada tomodachi-de irareru?


Can we still be friends?

Kanojo-to shiawase-nine.
Kare-to shiawase-nine.
Be happy with him/her.

Aishiteta-wa.
Aishiteta-yo.
I loved you.

Zutto anata-o omotteru.


Zutto kimi-o omotteru.
I will always love you.

Mo aishitenai-kara, denwa bango


kaeru.
I really don't love you anymore, so I'm going
to change my phone number.

Chit-Chat Japanese

__VOLUME 1

Nanka kawatta-koto atta?*


Do, nanka kawatta-koto atta?
What's up? / Well, what's up?

Genki datta?
Do genki?
How's it going?

Genki?
How are you?

Do-shiteta?
How have you been doing?

Do-shita?*
Nanka atta-no?
What's happening?
Nani yatteta-no?
What have you been doing?

Nani hanashiteta-no?
What have you all been talking about?

Hisashiburi-ne
Hisashiburi-dane
Haven't seen you around for awhile

Doshiteru?
How are you doing?

Betsu-ni nani-mo.
Betsu-ni.
Nani-mo.
Nothing much.

Betsu-ni kawannai.
Nothing special.

Genki.
Genki-yo.
Genki-dayo.
Mane.
I'm fine.
Doka shita-no?*
Do-shita-no?
Nanka atta-no?*
Do-shitan-dayo?
What's wrong?

Nani kangaeten-no?
What's on your mind?

Betsu-ni.
Nan-demo nai-yo.*
Nothing

Kangae-goto shiteta.
I was just thinking.

Boketto shiteta.
I was just daydreaming.

Hitori-ni shite!
Hottoite!
Leave me alone!

Ii desho!
Ii daro!
Kankei nai-desho!
Kankei nai-daro!
Yokei-na osewa!
It's none of your business!

So-nano?
So?
Is that so?

So-nano?
Did you? / Do you? / Are you?

Do-shite?
Doshite-dayo?
How come?

Di-iu imi?
What do you mean?

Nani-ka chigau-no?
Is something wrong/different?

Nande dame-nano?
Nande dame-nan-dayo?
Why not?

Honto-ni?
Zettai?
Are you sure?

Jodan desho?
Jodan daro?
You don't mean it? / You're joking?

So dane!
So dana!
That's right!

Zettai-yo!
Zettai-dayo!
Absolutely!

Atarimae-yo!*
Atarimae-dayo!*
Mochiron!*
Definitely!

Honto-yo.
Honto-dayo.
You better believe it.

Sore-yo.
Sore-dayo.
That's it.
So-dato omou.
So-ja nai.
I guess so.

So-kamo-ne.
Honto-kamo-ne.
It might be true.

Tabun-ne.
Tabun-na.
Maybe.

Tabun dame.
Chigaun-ja nai-no.
Chigaun-ja nai.
Maybe not.

Masaka.
Uso-da.
Uso-dayo.
I doubt it.

Sonna-koto nai-yo.
That's not right.
So-kana.
I wonder.

So omowanai.
I don't think so.

Yoku wakaranai.
I'm not sure.

Wakaru-wake nai-yo.
There's no way of knowing.

Nanto-mo ienai.
Hakkiri ienai.
I can't say for sure.

Uso-bakkari.
Uso-bakka.
Uso-bakka iuna-yo.
You're kidding me.

Uso-mitai.
This is too good to be true.

Jodan-ja nai-wayo.
Jodan-ja ne-yo.
No way (Stop joking).

Uso-bakka ittenna-yo.
Don't be saying lies.

Chigau-mon.
Chigau-wayo.
Chigau-yo.
That's not right.

Muri-yo.
Muri-dayo.
Do-shiyo-mo nai-wayo.
Do-shiyo-mo nai-yo.
That's impossible.

Mo ii-yo!
Forget it! (I've had enough!)

Yoku iu-yo!
How dare you say that!

Do-demo ii-yo.
I don't care. (Anything's fine).

Kankei nai-wa.
Kankei nai-yo.
It means nothing to me.

Kyomi nai-wa.
Kyomi nai-yo.
I'm not interested.

So omou.
So yo-ne.
So dayo-ne.
I think so too.

Watashi-mo so.
Boku-mo so.
So am I / Me Too.

A, so-ka.
Sokka.
I see. (Got it).

Wakatta?
Wakatta.
Understand? / I understand.

Ii-yo.
All right, no problem.
Yokatta-ne.
Yokatta-na.
That was good.

Yatta!
Ii-zo!
Right on! (Great!) I did it!

Rakusho-dayo.
No problem.

Rakusho-datta.
It was not problem.

__VOLUME 2

Chotto kiite.
Kiite-yo.
Listen to me.

Kikanai-de.
Kikanai-yo.
Don't listen. Don't ask me (that).
Kikoeta?
Did you hear me?

Kikoenakatta.
I couldn't hear.

Kikankatta.
I didn't hear.

Kikitakunai.
I don't want to hear.

Nanka itte.
Say something.

Nani itten-no?
Nani itten-dayo?
What are you talking about?

Sonna-koto icha-dame-yo.
Sonna-koto icha-dame-dayo.
You shouldn't say things like that.

So itta-yone?
So itta-desho?
So itta-daro?
You said that didn't you?

So itta-takke?
Oh did I say that?

Nani-mo ittenai-yo.
Nani-mo iwana-katta.
I didn't say anything.

Nihongo hanaso.
Let's talk in Japanese.

Hanashi-o tsuzuke-yo.
Let's continue to talk.

Sore-wa ato-de hanaso.


Let's talk about it later.

Hanashitakunai.
I don't want to talk.

Mo sono-koto hanashita-kunai.
I don't want to talk about it.
Iiwake shinai-de.
Iiwake yamete.
Don't make excuses.

Sonna-no iiwake-ni naranai.


That's not a good excuse.

Butsu butsu iwanai-de!


Butsu butsu iu-na!
Monku bakkari iu-nayo!
Stop complaining!

Nani itten-daka wakatten-no?


Do you know what you're saying?

Sonna-ni okii-koe-de shaberanai-de.


Don't talk so loudly.

Motto okii-koe-de hanashite.


Speak up.

Motto yukkuri itte.


Speak more slowly.

Mo ikkai itte.
Mo ichido itte.
Say it again.

Ge-ge?
What? Huh?

__VOLUME 3

Mite!
Look!

Are mite.
Look at that.

Chotto mite.
Take a look.

Minai-de.
Miruna-yo.
Don't look.

Mita?
Did you see (it)?
Mita-wa.
Mita.
Mita-yo.
I saw (it).

Minakatta.
I didn't see (it).

Mienakatta.
I couldn't see (it).

Mitakunai.
I don't want to see (it).

Sugu-ni aitai.
I want to see you soon.

Mata atta-ne.
Mata atta-na.
So we've met again, eh.

Aitakatta.
I wanted to see you. I missed you..
Misete ageru.
Misete yaru.
I'll show you.

Misete agenai.
Misete yaranai.
I won't show you.

__VOLUME 4

Chotto kite.
Come here.

Oide-yo.
Come over.

Ato-de kite.
Come later.

Koreru?
Can you come?

Issho-ni konai?
Won't you come with us/me?

Kanojo kuru-yo.
She is coming here.

Ima iku.
I'm coming, wait a second.

Ikeru.
I can go.

Ikeru-to omou-yo.
I think I can go.

Ikenai.
I can't go.

Ikitai.
I want to go.

Tokyo-e ikitai.
I want to go to Tokyo.

Honto-ni ikitai.
I really want to go.
Ikitakunai.
I don't want to go.

Honto-ni ikitakunai.
I really don't want to go.

Itta-desho?
Itta-yo-ne?
Itta-yo-na?
Itta-daro?
You went, didn't you?

Ittan-desho?
Ittan-dayo-ne?
Ittan-daro?
I know you went, I was told you did!

Itta.
I went.

Ikanakatta.
I didn't go.

Ikanai-de.
Ikanai-yo.
Don't go.

Mada ikanai-de.
Mada ikuna-yo.
Don't go yet.

Ikanakucha.
I must go now.

Itte-mo ii?
May I go?

Iku?
Shall we go?

Iko.
Sa iko.
Mo iko.
Let's go.

Mo deyo.
Let's leave here (when inside somewhere).

Mo sugu deru.
I'm leaving soon.
Kanojo kaechatta.
She has left here.

Koko-ni ite.
Stay here.

Doko iku-no?
Where are you going?

Osaki-ni dozo.
Saki dozo.
Please go first / After you.

Saki-ni gomen-ne.
Thanks for letting me go first.

Yukkuri itte.
Go slowly.

__VOLUME 5

Onaka-ga suita.
Hara hetta.
I'm hungry.

Nanka tabetai.
I'd like to eat something.

Mada tabetanai.
I haven't eaten yet.

Tabetai?
Do you want to eat?

Tabetakunai.
I don't want to eat.

Tabenai.
I won't eat.

Gohan tabeta?
Shokuji shita?
Did you eat(lunch/supper)?

Nani-ga hoshii?
Nani-ga ii?
What would you like?
Motto taberu?
Do you want to eat some more?

Nodo-ga kawaita.
I'm thirsty.

Nomitakunai.
I don't want to drink.

Nomanai.
I won't drink.

Mada nondenai.
I haven't drunk/drank yet.

Nanka nomu?
Do you want to drink something?

Motto nomu?
Do you want to drink some more?

Arigato, demo aru-kara.


Thank you, but I still have some.
Mo-sukoshi non-de.
Mo-chotto non-de.
Mo-choi non-de.
Drink a little bit more

Chumon shita?
Have you ordered?

Shokuji shinai?
How about (some) dinner?

Shokuji dekita?
Gohan mada?
Is the meal ready?

Dekita.
It's ready.

Tabete miru?
Will you try this (food)?

Ii nioi.
Smells good.

(Motto) chodai.
Give me (some more).
Jubun.
Tariru.
Enough.

Tarita?
Enough?

Tarinai.
Not enough.

Sore taberarenai.
I can't eat that.

Kore oishii?
Is this delicious?

Yokunai.
It's not good.

Oishikunai.
It doesn't taste good.

Mazui.
It's awful.
Nani sore?
What's that?

Sore-ja nakute.
Not that.

Nante iu-no?
What's it called?

__VOLUME 6

Suki.
Suki-yo.
Suki-dayo.
I like it/you.

Daisuke.
Daisuke-yo.
Daisuke-dayo.
I like it/you a lot.

Kirai.
Kirai-yo.
Kirai-dayo.
I hate it.

Daikirai.
Daikirai-yo.
Daikirai-dayo.
I hate it a lot.

Anmari suki-ja nai.*


I don't like it very much.

Honto-ni kirai.
I really hate it.

...-ga hoshii.
I want...(noun).

Iranai.*
Ii.*
Iya.*
Yada.*
Yada-yo.*
I don't want (it/that).

Honto-ni iranai.
I really don't want/need (it).
Isogashii.
I'm busy.

Ureshii. (joyous)
Shiawase. (fortunate)
I'm happy.

Sore-o kiite ureshii.


I'm happy to hear that.

Sore-o kiite yokatta.


I'm glad to know that.

Kanashii.
I'm sad.

Atama-ni-kichau!*
Atama-ni-kita!*
Atama-kita!*
I'm mad! I'm mad at you!

Yoi dekita.
I'm ready.
Tsukareta.
I'm tired.

Bibitta.
I freaked.

Odoroita!
Bikkuri shita!
I'm surprised!

Nemui.
I'm sleepy.

Nemukunai.
I'm not sleepy.

Hotto shita.
Yokatta.
What a relief.

Anshin shita.
I'm relieved (to hear that).

Kowai.
I'm scared.
Kimochi warui.
I'm feel sick / (That's) sickening.

Gakkari shichatta.
Gakkari shita-yo.
I'm disappointed.

Shimpai shita.
I was worried.

Dekiru?
Dekiru.
Can you do it? / I can do it.

Dekinai?
Dekinai.
Can't you do it? / I can't do it.

Shikata nai-wa.
Shikata nai-yo.
Sho-ga nai-yo.
I can't help it / That can't be helped.

Warui-kedo dame.
Warui-kedo dame-da.
Sorry, I can't.
Shinakucha.
Yaranakucha.
I should do it / I gotta do it.

Watashi-ga suru.
Watashi-ga yaru.
Boku-ga suru.
Boku-ga yaru.
I'll do it.

Mo akite kichatta.
Mo akita.
I'm tired of it.

Wakatta.
I understand.

Yoku wakatta.
I understand very well.

Wakatta-to omou.
I think I understand.

Wakaranai.
I don't understand.
Yoku wakaranai.
I don't understand very well.

Wakatteru.*
Shitteru.*
I know.

Ano hito shitteru.


I know that person.

Sore shitteru?
Do you know that?

A, shitteru-no.
Ah, you know that.

Shiranai.
I don't know.

Shiranakatta.
I didn't know.

Shiranakatta-kedo.
I didn't know that, though.
Shitteru-desho?
Shitteru-dayo?
You knew that, didn't/don't you?

Kangae-sasete.
Give me time to think it over.

Kangae-toku-yo.
I'll think about it.

Atama-ga kongaragatta.
Nandaka yoku wakaranai.
Mo wakannai!
I'm so confused.

Machigaeta.
I made a mistake.

Shippai shita.
I blew it.

Atteru?
Am I right?
Machigatteru?
Am I wrong?

__VOLUME 7

Tanoshin-deru?
Are you having a good time?

Uun.
Mane.
Tanoshii-yo.
Yeah, I'm having fun.

Tanoshiso-dane
You look like you're having a good time

Tanoshii-ne?
We're having a good time, aren't we?

Issho-ni nomanai?
Shall we drink together?

Koko dare-ka yoyakuzumi?


Has someone reserved this seat?

Koko dare-ka suwatteru?


Is someone sitting here?

Suwaranai?
Do you want to sit down?

Suwatte-mo ii?
May I sit down?

Suwarasete.
Let me sit down.

Tsumete.
Chotto ii? *
Scoot over.

Namae nante iu-no?


What's your name?

Atete!*
Nanda!*
Guess what it is!
Nante itta-no?
Nani?
E?
Nante ittan-dayo?
What did you say?

Doko-ni sunderu-no?*
Where do you live?

Dokkara kita-no?
Where do you come from?

Achi.
Over there.

Toshi ikutsu?
How old are you?

Ikutsu-ni mieru?
How old do I look?

Gakusei?
Are you a student?

Daigakusei.
College student.
Senmon-gakko-no seto.
Student of a special school.

Eigo umai-ne.
Your English is good.

Donna ongaku-ga suki?


What music do you like?

Dare-no ongaku-ga suki?


Whose music do you like?

Kono uta shitteru?


Do you know this song?

Shitteru.
I know.

Shiranai.
I don't know.

Odoranai?
Shall we dance?
Notteru?
Are you in the mood?

Anmari.
Betsu-ni.
Not really.

Mada odoranai.
I don't feel like dancing yet.

Odori umai-ne.
You're a good dancer.

Nihon-no onnanoko/otokonoko suki?


Do you like Japanese girls/boys?

Tanoshimo-yo!
Let's party!

Konya-wa nomo!
Yopparao!
Moriagaro!
Let's get drunk!

Nani nonden-no?
What are you drinking?

Kanari nonderu?
Have you been drinking alot?

Ja, motto nomeba!


Well, drink some more!

Nomi-ga tarinai.
You need to drink more.

Osake nomu-no tsuyoi-ne.


You're a strong drinker.

Yotteru?
Are you drunk?

Nomisugi-ja nai?
Haven't you drunk/drank too much?

Mo nomu-no yame-tara.
Maybe you should stop drinking.

Daijobu?
Heiki?
Are you okay?

Yasashii-ne.
You're kind.

Nanji-goro kita-no?
What time did you come here?

Nanji-goro den-no?
What time are you leaving?

Baai-ni yoru-ne.
It depends.

Tanoshi-kattara iru.
If I have a good time, I'll stay.

Tsumanna-kattara kaeru.
If this gets boring, I'll go (home).

Tanoshiku sasete-ageru.
I'll help you have a good time.

Kono ato do-suru-no?


What's next?
Kimatta?
Have you decided?

Mada kimetenai.
I haven't decided yet.

Makaseru-wa.
Makaseru-yo.
It's up to you.

Nan-demo ii-wa.
Nan-demo ii-yo.
Anything's fine.

Dochi-demo ii-wa.
Dochi-demo ii-yo.
Either will do.

Ii kangae-ga aru.
Ii koto kangaeta.
I have a good idea.

Ii kangae.
Good idea.
Kyo saeteru-ne?
You've got your head on straight right?

Kyo saeteru.
I've got my head on straight.

Omoshirokunai.
Tsumannai.
Tsumane.
This is boring.

Denai?
Shall we leave?

Dokka ikanai?
Shall we go somewhere else?

Tomodachi-mo issho-de ii?


Can my friends come?

Mada koko-ni itai.


I'd like to stay here longer.

Doko-demo ii-wa.
Doko-demo ii-yo.
Anywhere's okay.

Okutte ku-wa.
Okutte iku-yo.
I'll take you home.

Sore-de ii?
Do?
How does that sound?

Anata-no-koto motto shiritai.


Kimi-no-koto motto shiritai.
I want to know more about you.

Mata aeru?
Shall we meet again?

Tanoshikatta.
I enjoyed myself.

Ki-o-tsukete-ne.
Take care.

Ja mata-ne.
Mata-ne.
Ja ne.
See you later.

Osoi-ne.
You're late.

Anata-ni aitai.
Kimi-ni aitai.
I want to see you.

Ima-sugu aitai.
I want to see you now.

Doka wakatte.
Please understand.

Mattete-ne.
Please wait for my return.

Nakanai-de.
Don't cry.

Namida-o fuite.
Wipe your tears.

Gaman dekinai-wa!
Gaman dekinai-yo!
Taerarenai-wa!
Taerarenai-yo!
I can't stand it!

Watashi-mo tsurai-no yo.


Boku-mo tsurain-da.
It's difficult for me, too.

Kawaiso.
What a pity.

Okinodoku.
Hidoi-ne.
Hidoi-na.
Too bad.

So-dato ii-ne.
I hope so.

Yabai.
It's risky.

Genki dashite!
Genki dase-yo!
Cheer up!
Ochitsuite.
Calm down.

Ki-ni shinai-de.
Ki-ni sunna-yo.
Never mind.

Dasai.
Uncool.

Moro-shibu.
Cool / Tough.

Hampa-ja nai.
Awesome.

Saiko shibui.
Sugoi shibui.
Really cool.

Saiko kawaii.
Sugoi kawaii.
Really cute.

Atama-ga ii-ne.
Riko-dane.
Clever / Smart.

Kimochi warui.
Weird / Yucky (bad feeling).

__VOLUME 8

Shinjite.
Believe me.

Kichigai!
You're crazy!

Shitsukoi!
Yamete!
Yamero!
Stop it!

Hajimete?
Is this your first time?

Yameta!
Forget it!

Gochisosama.
Thanks for treating me.

Uso.
You lie.

Yappa?
Of course, see what I mean?

Jan?
Is it not? / Would you not?

Chotchi.
A little / Just a bit / Just a minute buddy.

Anmari.
Okay, I guess / Not really.

Mada.
Not yet.

Owatta?
Owatta.
Finished? / I finished.

Boku wa kasei kara kimashita.


I come from Mars.

Hanashima-su!
Shabere-yo!
Speak!

Atchi ni ikeyo.
Get lost / Go away.

Mo konakute yokatta noni?


It would have been better if you didn't come at all, why bother?

Okutte-kuyo.
I'll see you home.

Ya yo.
No sirree.

Insulting Japanese

__GENERAL

Baka.*
Aho.
Stupid / Idiot / Moron.

Bakabakashii.
Idiotic.

Wakawakashii.
Infantile / Simple minded.

Dani.
Good for nothing / Tick.
Aitsu.
That creep.

Dekai guzu.
Big idiot.

Zurui chibi.
Sneaky dwarf.

Senko!
Hey, Teach!

Gero-gero gaijin!
Gross, a foreigner!

Teme.
You (very rude).

Inpo.
Impotent / Wimp.

__ETHNICITY / PEOPLE / APPEARANCE

Hafu.
Half-breed.

Gaijin.
Jingai.
Foreigner.

Busu!
Dasai!
Ugly!
Kusatta gaijin.
Stinking, rotten foreigners.

Kusatta ningen.
Rotten people.

Chikusho.
Beast (fight worthy word!).

Furosha.
Floating vagrant / Homeless.

Regee no ojisan.
Ungle Reggae / Bum with dirty matted hair.

Kyabasuke.*
Cabaret woman.

Detchiri.
Protruding butt.

Hana pecha.
Flat-nosed.

Haniwa-gao.
Face like a haniwa clay figurine.

Dabo dabo.
Loose and droopy.

Tansoku.
Short legs.

Atsugesho.
Heavy makeup.

Suppin.
No makeup.
Nurikabe.
Plaster face.

Anzan gata.
Wide hips.

Deppa.
Buckteeth.

Debu.
Fatty.

Gesu.
Ugly (man) / Low class.

Inchiki Gaijin.*
Bogus foreigners.

Takenoko.*
"Bamboo shoots."

Gaigokujin.
Outside country person.

Paki.
Pakistani; a dark-skinned man who could be Indian or Sri Lankan.

Nisei.
Second-generation Japanese descent.

Sansei.
Third-generation Japanese descent.

Nikei burajiru jin.


Brazilians of Japanese descent.
Chosen-jin.
Korean (considered impolite); usually refers to Japanese residents of Korean descent
associated with North Korea.

Kankoku-jin.
Korean; also refers to Japanese-born Koreans associated with South Korea.

Haku-jin.
A white Caucasian.

Koku-jin.
A black person.

Dojin.
Earth person, used in reference to blacks.

Ameko.
American / Yank.

Itako.
Italian / Wop.

Kimpatsu.
Blond.

Patsukin.
Blonde.

Akage.
Redhead / Carrot top.

Kurombo.
Black / Darkie.

Kusekke.
Wavy-hair types.

Ainoko.*
"A love child."

Urenokori.
Unmarried / Hag.

Yanki.
Yankee; fake American, Japanese punks who often dye or bleach their hair for red
and blond tints.

Kyapi-kyapi.
Bimbo, Japanese "Valley Girl."

Dirty Japanese

__BASICS / MISCELLANEOUS

Etchi.
Gross.

Chikan.
Pervert / Molestor.

Unko.
Unchi.
Kuso.
Shit.

Unching style.
Squatting, as in taking a shit.

Noguso.
Field shit, squatting position.

Shonben.
Piss.

Tachi shon.
Take a leak (standing).
Oshikko.
Urination.

Shishi.
Take a pee.

Eroi.
Obscene.

Tsureshon.
Cross pissing; two guys go to the bathroom together.

Tachishon shiteru.
Take a piss / Take a whiz.

Gehin.
Low class / Vulgar / Uncouth.

__MENSTRUATION / PERIODS

Kyu ni okyaku-san ga kita-mitai.


I think my period's here.

Seiri.
Menstruation.

Napukin.
Kotex, sanitary napkin.

Tampon no hoga ii.


I like to use tampons.

Seiri na no? Napukin aru wa yo.


That time of the month? I have some napkins.
Chotto Ima Anne (CIA).
"Excuse me, but I'm having my period now."

Hatabi.
Akabi.
Flag day / Red day (period nicknames).

__GENERAL SEX / GENITAL SLANG

Chin-chin.
Dick, pee pee; childish word for penis.

Funya chin.
Limp dick / Soft dick.

Bitamin esu.
Sperm / Come.

Musuko.
"Son, little boy"; another way to say dick.

Pai otsu.
Tits, this phrase comes from reversing syllables of oppai (breast).

Momo jiri.
Peach ass.

Inmo.
Secret hair / Pubic hair.

Ke manju.
Pussy / Beaver (hairy bean paste bun).

Chitsu.
Cunt (technical term).
Dendou kokeshi.
Dildo.

O-back.
Panties with a hole in the back.

Kaburi-tsuki.
Stage front in a strip joint.

Panchira.
Panties showing.

Panti dorobo.
Panty thief (usually grabs panties off clothesline).

Man shon.
Cunt shower (playing on the words that sound like mansion).

Etchi shitai.
I want to have sex.

Hine daikon.
Shriveled dick.

Kyusho.
Testicles.

Kintama.
Balls / Crown jewels.

Oinari bukuro.
Bag, scrotum.

Omanko.
Cunt.

Omeko.
Twat.

Deruta.
The dirty delta triangle.

Mammae.
Clitoris.

Mune.
Chest.

Chichi.
Tits.

Oppai.
Breasts.

Reizunpai.
Raisin tits, flat as a raisin pie.

Koshi.
Hips, often confused with ass in polite society.

Shiri ga aoi.
"Blue ass," young, blue spot (Mongolian birthmark).

Shiri ga omoi.
"Heavy ass," slow, lazy.

Shiri ga karui.
"Light ass," an easy lay.

Shiri ni hi ga tsuku.
"A fire under your butt," get moving.

Shiri o nuguu.
"Wipe ass," clean up after someone.
Shipetta.
Buns, ass.

Kai.
Tako.
Hamaguri.
Shellfish / Octopus / Clams (all slang words used for pussy).

Ketsu no ana.
Asshole.

Kikuza.
Fancy way to say asshole.

San pee (3P).


M้nage เ trois.

Fakku.
Fuck.

Sekkusu.
Sex, meaning is restricted to intercourse.

Beddoin.
Have sex in bed.

Skinship.
The relationship of two bodies.

Irete kudasai.
Insert please / Put it in / Do me / Fuck me.

Manko yaro.
Want to screw some pussy.

Senzuri.
Jack off.
Manzuri.
Twat massage.

Paizuri.
Rub dick in between breasts, give a pearl necklace.

Fera.
Fellatio.

Sikkusu nain.
Mutual sex (69).

Hitori etchi.
Self-stimulation.

Iku.
Come.

Abunai seikatsu.
Dangerous lifestyle, sex-oriented lifestyle.

Kondo-san.
Mr. Condom.

Bata-ken.
Where a woman's body is covered with butter that's licked off by a dog.

Shotaiken.
First sexual experience.

Asa dachi.
"Morning glory," morning errection.

Hadaka.
Naked.

Supponpon.
Stark naked, bare assed.

Mochi hada.
Skin like mochi, a smooth chewy sweet made from sticky rice.

Tsume o tateru.
To claw someone, dig the nails in.

__NICKNAMES / PEOPLE

Onna tarashi.
Playboy / Lady killer.

Otoko tarashi.
Playgirl.

Kizumono.
Damaged goods, no longer a virgin.

Asobi nin.
Playboys and playgirls.

Papa.
Sugar daddy.

Baita.
Whore.

Joro.
Slut.

Himo.
Pimp.

O mizu.
Girls of the water trade / Massage girls.

Bajin.
Kimusume.
Oboko.
Virgin.

Tachinbo.
Street hooker.

Yaku no bai nin.


Drug dealer.

Mekake.
Kept woman of a rich man.

Raritta.
Undesirables / Druggies.

Roppongi gyaru.
The Roppongi girl, a playgirl, a Yellow cab. This slightly negative epithet suggests
"fallen woman," not because she has lost her virginity or likes sex, but because she
does it with foreigners.

Iero kyabu.
Yellow cab, a term coined by Japanese journalists to descibe the "easy" Japanese
girl who lets herself get picked up by foreigners. Based on the obviously naive
observation that New York cabs are "easy to pick up."

Ko gyaru.
Little playgirl, usually a high school student.

Bodicon.
A pretty "body-conscious" girl who wears a skin tight dress, usually a disco queen
or a professional hostess.

Para gyaru.
A "paradise" girl, a variation on the ike-ike disco queen.
Kyapi kyapi gyaru.
A "happy happy girl," spoiled, worry-free; a bimbo.

Charai.
An "easy lay," used mainly in Kansai dialect from west Japan.

Saitama gyaru.
Chiba gyaru.
Dasai-tama.
Chiba-ragi.
Overly dressed suburban girls who pretend to be urban sophisticates, but are really
real-life Cinderellas in princess garb under great pressure to catch the last pumpkin
train home; dumb hicks.

Ashi kun.
Footman, good for a ride home.

Keep kun.
A good useful male companion.

Meshi kun.
Foodman, good for a free meal.

Neshi kun.
Sleepman, good for a lay.

Mitsugu kun.
Supplyman, good for favors in general.

Eigo kun.
English lesson man, good for practicing English with.

Byaku nin giri.


Man of a hundred conquests (sexual).

Otachidai-gyaru.
The disco stage girls / Go-go girls.

Mitsugu kun.
Young sugar daddy, gift buyer.

Dokushin-kizoku.
Bachelor tribe.

Kantan.
Simple, easy lay.

Age man.
Lucky cunt.

Age chin.
Lucky dick.

Sage man.
Unlucky cunt.

Sage chin.
Unlucky dick.

Dou-tei.
Male virgin.

__HOMOSEXUALITY

Okama.
"Pot," fag, homosexual man.

Okama-pokute.
Wimp, looks faggoty.

Okama kusai.
Stinks of being a fag.

Onnagirai.
Woman hater / Misogynist.

Rezu kusai.
Stinks of lesbianism.

Onabe.
"Pan," lesbian, homsexual woman.

Otokogirai.
Man hater.

Tachiyaku.
The male role in a homosexual relationship (from Kabuki where the men play both
male and female roles).

Neko.
The female or "girl" role in a lesbian or homesexual relationship.

Gei.
Gay (the homophone of this word also means art, gei no kai means "artistic circles,"
so in the homosexual community, this can be seen as "homosexual circles").

Chotto o-ne kotoba poi.


Sounds a bit like a fag.

Okoke.
Women who like to hang out with gay men; "rice that sticks to the pot."

Hattenba.
Public toilet, a place for gay sex.

Itachi.
The male, bull dyke, or "boy" role in a lesbian relationship .

Neko (yaru).
Do the "cat thing," homosexual sex.

Ura omote.
AC/DC, do it both ways, inside and out.

Kai awase.
Rubbing pussy.

Ai name.
Mutual licking.

Homo.
Gay men.

Rezu.
Gay women.

Okama poku.
Looks like a fag / Looks queer.

__SENTENCES / PHRASES

Kenka uten noka?


You lookin' for a fight?

Omae wa dare da?


Who the fuck are you?

Baka ka.
Baka yaro.
You stupid asshole.

Kono yaro.
You asshole.

Zakennayo.
Fuck off.
Kuso gaki.
You shitty little devil.

Yabaiyo.
Shit, fuck we blew it.

Cho-yabe.
Damn, we blew it.

Yarite.
I want to fuck her.

Taiheiyo de gobou o arau.


"Washing a burdock root in the Pacific Ocean"; swishing your dick in a pussy too
loose to be desirable.

Oshiri kashite?
Could you lend me your ass?

Ketsu no ana de yaro.


Do it up the ass.

Teme no shitta koto ka.


None of your fuckin' business.

Nan dayo omae-wa?


Who the fuck do you think you are?

Tottoto dete ike.


Get the fuck out of here.

Migi te ga koibito.
His only lover is his right hand / He jacks off.

Etchi wa sotchi.
You're the one who is perverted.

Kumo no su ga haru.
Pussy is covered in cobwebs, needs a good fuck.

Hatsu etchi wa?


When did you first get laid?

Oppai to oshiri nara doi.


How about just tits and ass.

Nureteru ja nai?
Aren't you wet?

Iki sou!
Iku iku!
I'm gonna come! / I'm coming!

Miscellaneous Japanese

__BASICS

Genki? / Genki.
Mane.
Genki-yo.
Genki-dayo.
How are you? / I'm fine.

Honto?
Honto-ni?
Maji?
Maji-ni?
Maji-de?
Uso?
Uso-da?
Really?

Okkeii.
Ii wa.
Okay.

Bai bai.
Bye bye.
Kare.
He.

Kanojo.
She.

Kore.
This.

Mono.
Butsu.
Thing.

Are.
That.

Hai!
Y ใ pi!
Yes!

Gu!*
Good!

Ne.*
Na.
Oh yes.

Nande?
Why?

Nani?
E?
What?

Honki?
Are you serious?
Datte.
Because.

Demo.
But.

Kiite.
Listen.

Chibi.
Gaki.
Small / Shorty.

Shibui.
Sugoi.
Suge.
Kakkoii.*
Cool.

Ganbare!*
Ganbatte!*
Go for it!

Kissu.
Chu.
Kiss.

Urusai!
Shut up!

Rakki.
Lucky.

Dame.
Dame-yo.
No / Not possible.

Utsukushii.
Bishoujo.
Derumo.
Beautiful.

Za.
The.

Nokku.
Knock.

Shokku.
Shock.

Asupirin.
Asprin.

Bento.
Box lunch.

__CRIMINALS

Iri.*
Entering / Theif.

Goto.*
Robber / Burglary.

Gudo.*
A thief's tools.

__PLACES

Benisu.
Venice.
Amerika.
America.

Betonamu.
Vietnam.

Chugoku.
China.

Furansu.
French.

Igirisu.
England.

Itaria.
Italy.

Kanada.
Canada.

Kankoku.
Korea.

Nishi Doitsu.
West Germany.

Osutoraria.
Australia.

Porutogaru.
Portugal.

Roshia.
Russia.

Supein.
Spain.

__GAMBLING / GAMBLING SLANG

Ichimon nashi.
Yari Nashi.
Hai Nashi.
Penniless.

Yari.
One.

Furi.
Two.

Kara.
Three.

Tame.
Four.

Zuka.
Five.

Mizu.
Six.

Oki.
Seven.

Ata.
Eight.

Gake.
Nine.
Chiki.
Ten.

Hinkuya.
Bum / Broke.

Okera.
Okera otoko.
Okera onna.
Mole cricket / Mole cricket man / Mole cricket woman. Someone who is broke, but
these expressions are used in shadier parts of town.

Sukkarakan.
Destitution.

Kinketsubyo.
"The no money sickness".

Bimbo.
Bimba.
Bimbesuto.
Poor / Poorer / Poorest.

__LANGUAGE

Ingo.
Hidden language / Yakuza slang.

Waseigo.
Japan-made-language.

Gairaigo.
Foreign words / Language.

Betonamu-go.
Vietnamese.
Chugoku-go.
Chinese.

Doitsu-go.
German.

Furansu-go.
France.

Indoneshia-go.
Indonesian.

Itaria-go.
Italian.

Kankoku-go.
Korean.

Porutogaru-go.
Portuguese.

Roshia-go.
Russian.

Supein-go.
Spanish.

Tai-go.
Thai.

__FOOD / DRINK / CANDY

Bitamin.
Vitamin.
Kyande.
Okashii.
Candy.

Anko.
Bean jam.

Imo.
Potato.

Rakkyo.
Pickled scallion.

Kona.
Nako.
Fummatsu.
Flour.

Ringo.
Apple.

Miso.
Bean paste.

Kocha.
Black tea.

Kyabetsu.
Cabbage.

Ninjin.
Carrot.

__PEOPLE / ETHNICITY / APPEARANCE


Betonamu-jin.
Vietnamese.

Furansu-jin.
French.

Igirisu-jin.
English / American.

Itaria-jin.
Italian.

Kanada-jin.
Canadian.

Kankoku-jin.
Korean.

Doitsu-jin.
German.

Osutoraria-jin.
Australian.

Porutogaru-jin.
Portuguese.

Roshia-jin.
Russian.

Supein-jin.
Spanish.

Firipina.
Filipina; a Southeast Asian woman; dark-skinned Japanese.

Japayuki.
Jap-asian; a Filipina or any other Asian who acts and dresses Japanese, is usually in
the sex business.

Banchopari.
Half-Korean, Half Japanese.

Chugokujin.
Chinese, who are viewed as the highest status Asians outside Japan.

Tai-jin.
Thais / Taiwanese.

Indo-jin.
Indian; anyone who looks vaguely south Asian.

Arabu-jin.
Arabs / Arabian.

Yudaya-jin.
Jews / Jewish.

Isuraeru-jin.
Israelis / Hebrews.

Iran-jin.
Iranians.

Hansamu.
Handsome.

__TITLES / NICKNAMES / GENDER

Chimpira.
Chinpira.
A street punk / Young blood.
Chonga.*
Bachelor.

Deka.
Omawari.
Cop / Police.

Marubo.
Marubi.
A rough and dangerous punk.

Dan.
Male.

Gyaru.*
Gal.

Suke.
Woman.

Manekko.
Copycat.

Nozoki.
Peeping tom.

Ojosama.
Preppy girl / Aristocratic young lady.

Kanojo.
Girlfriend.

Boifurendo.
Kareshi.
Boyfriend.

Kareshi.
My him / My boyfriend.
Naon.
Broads / Women.

Hakui.
Beautiful woman.

Ronin.
Masterless samurai / Not in school / Not working.

Putaro.
Goof-off / Bum.

Moderu.
Model.

Ainu.
Aborigines.

Edokko.
Japanese from Tokyo.

Burakumin.
Eta.
Japanese outcasts.

Maneja.
Manager.

Pota.
Porter.

Otoko.
Man.

Ya.
Person.
Imobeda.
Invader.

Wakamono.
Young generation.

Bebii.
Baby.

Bo.
Priest.

Gatako.
Broken-down dude.

Bosozoku.
Motorcycle gang.

Raita.
Writer.

Suri.
Chibo.*
Pickpocket.

Higaisha.
Gaisha.
Victim.

Onna.
Woman.

Otona.
Adult.

Kodomo.
Child.
Eirian.
Alien.

Chapatsu.
Tea colored hair (bleached or dyed).

Ki-irogami.
Rebelous yellow haired kids (bleached).

Gaisen.
A Japanese girl who only dates gaijin.

Hama o.
"A hammer boy"; a Japanese boy who dresses and acts "black" to attract hama ko.

Hama ko.
"A hammer girl"; Japanese girl who likes street fashion and dating black men.

Bobbi-o.
Bobbi-ko.
Same as hama o/hama ko; this phrase is inspired by Bobby Brown.

Marukomu ekksu.
Malcolm X; followers of black fashions.

O-eru (OL).
Office lady; they all tend to have long hair and wear frumpy dresses.

Braza.
"Brotha"; black or African American.

Obatarian.
Hen / Old auntie.

Ojamamushi.
Third-wheel (bothersome insect).
Shin jinrui.
Born after 1965 and not hard workers.

Dere suke.
Ladies' man.

Iro otoko.
Hunk / Stud.

Yakuza.
Yat-chan.
Members of criminal syndicates, Japanese gangsters.

Marubo.
A criminal gang.

Terebi ana-unsa.
TV reporter / TV announcer.

Boryoku dan.
A violent gang.

Yamato nadeshiko.
A classical, original Japanese girl; innocent.

Okuri-okami.
A see-you-home wolf; scheming man.

Feminisuto.
Gentleman.

Pin hane.
Protection money, collected by Yakuza from tekiya around parks.

Tekiya.
Mob-related vendors who work the food stands.

__OTHER STUFF
Mii-izumu.
Me-ism.

Uii-izumu.
We-ism.

Torendii.
Trendy.

Haiteku.
Hi tech.

Tsumaranai.
Tsumannai.
Boring.

Asoko.*
Over there.

Usui.
Weak.

Noroi.
Slow.

Kane.
Bell.

Tsuzumi.
Drum.

Charamporan.
Irresponsible / Flaky.

Chikusho.
Beast.

Himo.*
String.

Dekoru.
To apply a thick layer of make-up.

Dasu.
To send / To throw out.

Deru.
To come out.

Iku.
To go.

Kon.
Root.

Gokusaishiki.
Gorgeously colored.

Daburu.
Double.

Supa.
Super.

Ekisutora.
Extra.

Okane.
Gennama.
Money.

Kyasshu.
Cash.

Ura.
Back.
Tsura.
Face.

Higo.
Protection.

Riki.
Convenience.

Watari.
Handing over.

Tsuka.
Currency.

Sanryo.
The 3 goods; good face, good personality, good family.

Dogu.
Tool.

Hajiku.
To flick / To flip.

Gudo.
A thief's tools.

Hi.
Kaze.
Air / Wind.

Hiru.
To flutter.

Gyogi ga ii.
Good manners.
Suru.
Koku.
To do.

Tareru.
To drop.

Nara.
Sound.

Narasu.
To ring, sound, or blow.

Mittsu.
Three.

Dasai.
Uncool.

Regei.
Homuresu.
Yasanuke.
Homeless.

Ippaku.
Crash for the night.

Makka.
Blush or turn dark red.

Mongen.
Curfew.

Senmenjo.
Toilet / Wash-face place.

Zurakaro.
To escape.
Beronberon.
Plastered / Drunk.

Yada.
No way.

Yappi.
Happy happy.

Buriko.
Cutie cutie.

Kanezuru.
Gold mine.

Eizu.
AIDS.

Yarase.
Faking / Trickery.

Onigawara.
Gargoyle.

Suppin.
No makeup.

Mechakomi.
Crowded.

Mabui.
Cute / Pretty.

Oishi.
Deliciously benifitial.
Kure(yo).
A casual, breezy request.

Tane.
Neta.
Seed.

Shiro.
White.

Matsu.
Powder.

Yuki.
Snow.

Risuku.
Risk.

Kusuri.
Medicine.

Suriku.
Slick.

Bokeru.
Boke.
To be muddled.

Dokutsu.
Kutsu.
Cavern / Den.

So.
Put in.

Nyu.
Enter.
Butsu.
To hit.

Komu.
Into.

Hako.
Box.

Sara.
Ozara.
Deep, shallow bowls.

Atarabachi.
New pot.

Ochoko.
Small sake cup.

Ohachi.
Deep bowl.

Suribachi.
An earthenware mortar.

Utsuwa.
Container.

Meiki.
Vase.

Kara.
Empty.

Su.
Basis / Foundation.
Hin.
Poor.

Ku.
Worry.

Kin.
Gold / Money.

Ketsu.
Lacking.

Byo.
Illness.

Imaichi.
Not up to par.

Gero.
Vomit.

Kechi.
Stingy.

Keshi.
Shabby / Dingy.

Kame.
Turtle.

Kei.
Punishment.

Mu.
Duty.

Sho.
Place.
Kan.
Supervise.

Goku.
Jail.

Hoteru.
Teruho.
Hotel.

Shaba.
"The outside world."

Waru.
Break.

Retsuwaru.
Breaking jail with an accomplice.

Retsu.
Tsure.
Together.

Yaburu.
Breaking jail.

Kikuza.
Crysanthemum.

Tama.
Ball.

Tama.
Soul.

Kyu.
Critical / Crucial.
Bukuro.
Sack.

Ki.
Spirit.

Za.
Affect.

Kizaru.
Spirit disturbing.

Kiza.
Flashy.

Jarajara.
Jingle, Jangle.

Kuro.
Black.

A.
Pleasure / Delectation.

Hen.
A piece of / A morsel.

Ningyo.
Doll.

Nekura.
Depressed / Negative.

Nekku.
Blue / In the dumps.
Kuradishonaru.
Too uncool for words.

Neaka.
Bright-rooted or positive.

Butareru.
To complain / To grumble.

Toradishonaru.
Traditional.

Tareru.
To drop / To let go.

Kureru.
To be overcome with / To abandon oneself to.

Yamu.
To be taken ill.

Haramu.
To become pregnant / To concieve.

In.
In.

Hara.
Belly.

Panku.
Puncture.

Harabote.
Stomach-heavy.

Ninshin.
Pregnancy.
Nusumu.
To steal.

Doro.
Mud.

Bo.
Stick.

Kaku.
To scratch.

Harau.
To brush together.

Chomboru.
Chombo.
Mistake / Lapse.

Kau.
To buy.

Dekigokoro.
Sudden impulse.

Warau.
To laugh.

Tsumu.
To pluck.

Negiru.
Giru.
To drive a bargain.

Kama.
Rice pot.
Saikocho.
Climax / Peak.

Rariru.
To flip out.

Naku.
To cry / To howl.

Uiri.
Wheelie.

Daka.
High / Tall.

Gan.
Kari.
Wild goose.

Okama.
Pot.

Onabe.
Pan.

Kai.
Shell.

Rumpen.
Destitute.

Sayanuke.
Without a sheath.

Saya.
Yasa.
Yasagure.
House.

Gureru.
To go astray.

Aokan.
"Blue ceiling" / The sky.

Yamatesen.
The Yamate line.

Daiben.
Large convenience.

Suritsukeru.
Rubbing against.

Wappa.
Ring / Bracelet.

Hazusu.
To unfasten.

Oi.
To follow.

Hagi.
Stripping off.

Yubiwa.
Wayubi.
Waibi.
Guruwa.
Finger ring / Round ring.

Posuto.
Mailbox.
Iwa.
Rock.

Sutairu.
Style.

Wan.
Woof / Barking.

Patan.
Bang.

Kuko.
Airport.

Hitori.
Alone.

Gozen.
A.M.

Torii.
Archway.

Nimotsu.
Bag.

Ginko.
Bank.

Enkai.
Banquet.

Ba.
Bar.

Yakyu.
Baseball.
Chika.
Basement.

Okii.
Big.

Tori.
Bird.

Nigai.
Bitter.

Hon.
Book.

Karimasu.
Borrow.

Kaimashita.
Bought.

Azayaka.
Bright.

Daibutsu.
Buddha.

Biru.
Building.

Shinkansen.
Bullet train.

Kaimasu.
Buy.
Kaimasen.
Doesn't buy / Don't buy.

Karenda.
Calendar.

Yobimasu.
Call.

Kamera.
Camera.

Kyanpu.
Camping.

Dekimasu.
Can / Is able.

Dekimasen.
Can't / Isn't able.

Kuruma.
Car.

Shiro.
Castle.

Sesshi.
Celsius.

Ryokin.
Charge / Fee.

Go.
Checkers board game.

Tojiki.
Chinaware / Ceramics.
Kyokai.
Church.

Machi.
City / Town.

Kiko.
Climate.

Tokei.
Clock.

Furoshiki.
Cloth for wrapping.

Kumori.
Cloudy.

Ato / No Ato.
After.

Mata.
Again.

Reibo-sochi.
Air conditioner.

Hiko-ki.
Airplane.

Mezamashi-dokei.
Alarm clock.

Daijoubu.
Alright.
Kyukyu-sha.
Ambulance.

Yuen-chi.
Amusement park.

Dobutsu.
Animal.

Kinen-bi.
Anniversary.

Kotto(-hin).
Antique.

Buubuu.
He.
Ho.
Fart / Poot.

Hekoki.
Hetare.
Farter.

Mongen.
Curfew.

Yatai.
Stands selling food and drinks, usually without legal title to the land they use.

Koshubenjo.
Public toilet.

Otearai.
Washroom.

Keshoshitsu.
Powder room.
Mon-mon.
Tattoo, Irezumi.

Sanko.
The three heights: tall stature, high education, and high salary.