Face in Japanese
We encounter new faces on a daily basis, from the cashier at the grocery store to the mailman. I’m sure you’d be able to describe all of these people's faces in English, but how about a face in Japanese?
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How to Say "Face" in Japanese
Let's start by learning to say "face" in Japanese:
Parts of the Face in Japanese
Learning body parts, especially parts of the face, is very important. If you ever need to go to the doctor or the pharmacy, you’ll need to know what part of the body you’re talking about. That’s why today we’ll be learning about the different parts of the face. Get your め (me) " eyes" and みみ (mimi) "ears" ready!
hair (on the head)
cheek (of a face)
moustache / beard
How did you do with these new words? Time to rest your あたま (atama) "head" from all the learning! Here’s an idea to help you practice: go look in the mirror and see if you can name all the features of your face in Japanese. I’m sure you’ll have no problem with this lesson under your belt!
Here are a few recommended Japanese lessons to try next:
- Wanting to talk about your family in Japanese? Learn how in this lesson!
- Looking for popular entertainment for going out in Japanese? Check out this lesson.
- Saying Happy Birthday in Japanese is easy! Learn how in this lesson.
さようなら！ (Sayōnara!) "Good bye!"
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