Family & Friends in Japanese

Family & Friends in Japanese 2017-11-27T08:19:51+00:00

Talking about your friends and relatives is much more fun than just talking about yourself. So, let’s learn some useful words & phrases that will help you talk to others about the people you love most.

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

Family & Friends in Japanese

Previous lesson:

Next lesson:

Family & Relatives

EnglishJapaneseJapanese
(Hiragana)
Japanese
(Romanization)
Pronunciation
(Audio)
friendship
友情
ゆうじょう
yuujou
family
家族
かぞく
kazoku
parents
おや
oya
father
ちち
chichi
dad
お父さん
おとうさん
otousan
daddy
パパ
ぱぱ
papa
mother
はは
haha
mom
お母さん
おかあさん
okaasan
mommy
ママ
まま
mama
siblings / brothers and sisters
兄弟
きょうだい
kyoudai
brother
兄/弟
あに/おとうと
ani/otouto
sister
姉/妹
あね/いもうと
ane/imouto
child
子供
こども
kodomo
son
息子
むすこ
musuko
daughter
むすめ
musume
grandparents
祖父母
そふぼ
sofubo
grandfather
祖父
そふ
sofu
grandpa
お爺ちゃん
おじいちゃん
ojii chan
grandmother
祖母
そぼ
sobo
grandma
お婆ちゃん
おばあちゃん
obaa chan
grandchild
まご
mago
uncle
叔父さん
おじさん
ojisan
aunt
叔母さん
おばさん
obasan
cousin
いとこ
いとこ
itoko

Love & Friendship

EnglishJapaneseJapanese
(Hiragana)
Japanese
(Romanization)
Pronunciation
(Audio)
love
あい
ai
(to) love
愛する
あいする
aisuru
I love you
あなたを愛してます
あなたをあいしてます
anata wo aishitemasu
I love you very much
あなたを深く愛してます
あなたをふかくあいしてます
anata wo fukaku aishitemasu
boyfriend
彼氏
かれし
kareshi
girlfriend
彼女
かのじょ
kanojo
Do you want to marry me?
あなたは私と結婚したいですか?
あなたはわたしとけっこんしたいですか?
anata wa watashi to kekkon shitai desuka?
husband
おっと
otto
wife
つま
tsuma
married
既婚女性
きこんじょせい
kikon josei
married
既婚男性
きこんだんせい
kikon dansei
friendship
友情
ゆうじょう
yuujou

Vocabulary trainer: Family & Friends in Japanese

How do you say
uncle
in Japanese?

Correct answers: 0Wrong answers: 0

Vocabulary trainer: all lessons

App2Brain vocabulary trainer

Use our free online vocabulary trainer to learn these and many other useful Japanese words and phrases

Open vocabulary trainer

Download this lesson

App2Brain vocabulary trainer

If you want to learn Japanese offline you can download our free cheat sheet with all the words and phrases in this lesson

Download the free PDF

Previous lesson:

Next lesson:

Beginners guide to learning languages

Download your free language learning guide

Our free 18-page PDF ebook will teach you how to:

  • Get (and stay) motivated learning a new language
  • Achieve 80% of your goals with only 20% of the effort
  • Make your learning experience more fun than ever

Download the free ebook

Latest posts from our language learning blog

  • Have fun practicing vocabulary using these Apps for Android and iOS

5 Easy To Use Apps To Enrich Your English Vocabulary

May 16th, 2017|0 Comments

The language skills we possess always differ in quality. We may be great at reading, [...]

  • How to find the time for language learning

Effortlessly Squeeze in 15 More Minutes of Language Learning Every Day

May 15th, 2017|0 Comments

We all know that consistency is key when it comes to learning a new language. [...]

  • Learn how the concept of Grammatical Gender shapes the way people see the world around them

Grammatical Gender and the Effect on Perception

May 15th, 2017|0 Comments

If you are new to language learning, the concept of grammatical gender may be new [...]

  • Learn what Star Trek can teach you about linguistics

Darmok, Jalad, and the Use of Allegory

May 15th, 2017|0 Comments

While Star Trek and linguistics are not necessarily an obvious pair, the writers and creators [...]

  • Learn how to make rapid progress in language learning using these 5 simple tips

Top 5 Ways to Learn any Language

May 15th, 2017|0 Comments

Speaking a new language has many benefits, so do you want to know how to go about learning a foreign tongue? In this article, you'll find out the best 5 ways to learn your language of choice. I can promise you one thing, becoming fluent in a language other than your mother tongue is definitely worthwhile.

  • Expanding your Career or Study Options and Creating Deeper Connections to Locals are only two of them

5 Good Reasons to Consider Learning a New Language

May 15th, 2017|0 Comments

Reasons for learning a new language may vary, but the rewards you'll reap from taking on a foreign tongue are definitely worthwhile. Why should you learn a foreign language? In this article, you'll find 5 good reasons to do so.

Leave A Comment