Body & Health in Japanese

Body & Health in Japanese 2017-07-03T14:24:21+00:00

We’ll now learn talking about parts of the human body as well as some useful Japanese words and phrases related to Health and Illnesses. Let’s hope you’ll never need them, but better be prepared than sorry as they say…

This lesson is part of the chapter “Learning Japanese“.

Body & Health in Japanese

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The Body

EnglishJapaneseJapanese
(Hiragana)
Japanese
(Romanization)
Pronunciation
(Audio)
body
からだ
karada
head
あたま
atama
face
かお
kao
eye
me
ear
みみ
mimi
nose
はな
hana
mouth
くち
kuchi
tongue
した
shita
neck
くび
kubi
chest
むね
mune
back / shoulder
背中
せなか
senaka
stomach
i
heart
心臓
しんぞう
shinzou
arm
うで
ude
elbow
ひじ
hiji
hand
te
right hand
右手
みぎて
migite
left hand
左手
ひだりて
hidarite
finger
ゆび
yubi
leg
あし
ashi
foot
あし
ashi
skin
皮膚
ひふ
hifu
hair
かみ
kami
tooth
ha
blood
chi

Health & Illnesses

EnglishJapaneseJapanese
(Hiragana)
Japanese
(Romanization)
Pronunciation
(Audio)
healthy
健康
けんこう
kenkou
ill / sick
病気
びょうき
byouki
ache
痛み
いたみ
itami
My [...] aches. / My [...] hurts.
私の[…]が痛いです
わたしの […] がいたいです
watashi no […] ga itai desu
My [...] ache. / My [...] hurt.
私の[…]が痛いです
わたしの […] がいたいです
watashi no […] ga itai desu
I have a stomach ache.
私は腹痛があります
わたしはふくつうがあります
watashi wa fukutsuu ga arimasu
My legs hurt.
私の脚が痛みます
わたしのあしがいたいです
watashi no ashi ga itamimasu
doctor
医者
いしゃ
isha
medical office / doctor’s surgery
医療事務
いりょうじむ
iryoujimu
chemist’s / drugstore
薬局
やっきょく
yakkyoku
hospital
病院
びょういん
byouin
illness / malady
病気
びょうき
byouki

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