- 1 How do you say months in Japanese?
- 2 How do Japanese write the date?
- 3 What does ichi gatsu mean?
- 4 How do you say 9 in Japanese?
- 5 What is Nichi mean in Japanese?
- 6 What is the meaning of Tsuki?
- 7 What is days of the week in Japanese?
- 8 What is the Japanese of birthday?
- 9 What is dating like in Japan?
- 10 How do you introduce yourself in Japanese?
- 11 What is kagetsu?
How do you say months in Japanese?
The months in Japanese
- １月 ichi-gatsu: January.
- ２月 ni-gatsu: February.
- ３月 san-gatsu: March.
- ４月 shi-gatsu: April.
- ５月 go-gatsu: May.
- ６月 roku-gatsu: June.
- ７月 shichi-gatsu: July.
- ８月 hachi-gatsu: August.
How do Japanese write the date?
The most commonly used date format in Japan is ” year month day (weekday) “, with the Japanese characters meaning “year”, “month” and “day” inserted after the numerals. Example: 2008年12月31日 (水) for “Wednesday 31 December 2008”.
What does ichi gatsu mean?
Hiragana: いちがつ Katakana: イチガツ Romaji: ichigatsu. English Meaning: January.
How do you say 9 in Japanese?
Nine (9) is 九 (kyuu, pronounced “kyoo”).
What is Nichi mean in Japanese?
The kanji 日(nichi) means day, sun, Sunday and sometimes Japan.
What is the meaning of Tsuki?
Tsuki. Tsuki, is the Japanese word for “thrust”, coming from the verb tsuku, meaning “to thrust”. It sounds the same as the Japanese word for “moon”/”month” tsuki.
What is days of the week in Japanese?
Sunday: Nichiyôbi (にちようび – 日曜日) Monday: Getsuyôbi (げつようび – 月曜日) Tuesday: Kayôbi (かようび – 火曜日) Wednesday: Suiyôbi (すいようび – 水曜日)
What is the Japanese of birthday?
“Birthday” is “ tanjoubi” (たんじょうび、誕生日) or “otanjobi” (おたんじょうび、お誕生日) in Japanese.
What is dating like in Japan?
But most Americans go on a date in pairs rather than groups. In Japan, group dating — or goukon — commonly happens first. It’s a way to gauge mutual interest and suitability, as well as mix with a potential partner’s friends. You might think that this sounds low-pressure compared with American dating customs.
How do you introduce yourself in Japanese?
Basic Self-Introduction in Japanese
- Nice to meet you! [hazimemashite]
- My name is ◯◯. [watashino namaewa ◯◯des]
- I am from ◯◯. [◯◯kara kimashita]
- I am a ◯◯. [watashiwa ◯◯des]
- Nice to meet you! / Thank you for your time / Please keep me in mind. [yoroshiku onegai shimas]
What is kagetsu?
applaud, praise, esteem, happy, auspicious.