I love you in Japanese
Though one of the most popular phrases in any language is “I love you”, Japanese rarely express their love in words. When they do put their feelings into words, it is generally preferred to use the phrase “suki desu”, or "I like you" instead.
Listen to the native speakers on the audio, and practice saying the Japanese phrases aloud. Whether you want to make some friendly Japanese conversation, or go out on a date, these might come in handy!
Pronouncing I love you in Japanese
If you want to confess your love to someone, just say...
Other ways to say I love you in JapaneseWhat do you do when you meet someone and you realize that you are falling in love? Here are some phrases you might want to use…
Asking someone outYou can ask someone out for a date by saying one of the following phrases…
あなた の こと を もっと しりたい です
Anata no koto o motto shiritai desu.
I would like to know more about you...
あなた を ゆうしょく / ディナー に しょうたい したい の です が
あなたを夕食 / ディナーに招待したいのですが
Anata o yūshoku / dinā ni shōtai shitai no desu ga...
I would like to take you out for dinner...
きれい だよ / すてき よ / かっこいい よ
綺麗だよ / 素敵よ / かっこいいよ
Kirei dayo (man to woman) / Suteki yo (woman to man) /Kakkoī yo (woman to man)
You look great!