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Japanese Love Phrases

Falling in love in a foreign country can be difficult without knowing the Japanese love phrases. Learn them with audio flash cards and the Lingo Dingo!


Japanese Mini Course - Japanese Love Phrases

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English Japanese
I love you (care for you) sukidesu
I love you (more serious) Aishiteru
Do you love me? (care for me?) boku no koto suki?
Do you love me? (more serious) boku no koto aishiteru?
I (female) am in love koi ni ochichatta.
I (male) am in love koi ni ochite shimatta.
You are beautiful kirei da.
You are handsome hansamu ne.
I am passionate about you kimi ni muchuu.
You make me happy kimi ga ite shiawase.
Will you marry me? kekkon shite kudasai.
She’s my fiancé boku no kon-yakusha desu.
He’s my fiancé watashi no kon-yakusha desu.
You are the love of my life. watashi no isshoo no koibito.
I adore you kimi no koto sukide tamaranai.
I miss you aitai.
Would you like to be my boyfriend? booi furendo ni natte kureru?
Would you like to be my girlfriend? garu furendo ni natte kureru?
I want to be with you forever. itsumademo issho ni itai.
I need you anataga inai to yatte ikenai.
I always think about you itsumo omotteimasu.
I like you suki desu.
Kiss me kisu shite.
Hug me daite.

I Love You in Japanese

Did you express your love to anyone? If not, practice these phrases with others and see where they take you. After you have talked about love, return to the Japanese phrases menu to learn some less important phrases. You never know, your journey to learn Japanese may include falling in love. There are also many different Japanese words in many different topics for you to learn. You may want to visit the Japanese verbs page so you can enjoy different activities with your lover. Remember to love others and have fun learning the Japanese language!

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