Saying I love you in Japanese is actually a lot harder than you might think. Watch the video above to find out why. And in the blog post below I’m gonna give you a short break down of all the anime/drama clips used in my video.
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[5 Best Words for Anime Lovers] How to Say " I love you " in Japanese!
Say "I love you". (Japanese: 好きっていいなよ。 Hepburn: Suki-tte ii na yo.) is a Japanese manga by Kanae Hazuki. An anime adaptation by Zexcs aired between October 6 and December 30, 2012. In North America...
Thus, a direct translation of "I Love You" can be Romaji : aishite imasu Kanji : 愛しています Hiragana : あいしています.
There’s a pretty interesting article about this in Japan Today: 9 reasons why Japanese men hesitate to say ‘I love you’.
: It is the most commonly used form of saying I love you in Japanese. The literal translation of these words is, however, "I like". Aishiteru.
I saw the “Say I Love You” anime quite time ago and was planning on starting to read the manga too.
How to Say I Love You in Japanese. Saying "I love you" is exciting and scary--even more so if there are cultural differences between you and the object of your affection.
How can I say "I love you" in Japanese? Courtesan reading a love letter by Utamaro. In dictionaries "love" may be given as aisuru (愛する). Ai shite iru (愛している) may be how "I love you" is translated in foreign films, but this phrase is not really used much in normal Japanese speech.