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Note: OK, I know this translation sounds a little clunky in English but when confessing your love to someone in Japanese it’s common to use the phrase 好き suki which means “like”.

It’s possible to say 愛してる ai shiteru which literally means (I) love (you).

Note: I asked my female Japanese friends about a compliment that would genuinely make them happy. I tend to believe them as Japanese women and even men take great pride in their appearance. You can add “kawaii yo ne” after the thing you are complementing.

If you say this to a Japanese girl and you get slapped in the face it might mean you aren’t saying it in the right way…or I need new friends…or both. For example: ドレス、かわいいよね – doresu kawaii yo ne – Your dress is cute.

However, right off the bat, I should clarify this is not a “how-to-pick-up-hot-chicks” or dudes in Japan type article. I could write books about being slapped in the face by Japanese women but that’s another story…

However, if you do happen to find yourself romantically entangled with someone from Japan, you might find my top 10 phrases for dating in Japanese useful.

Note: This is the phrase to use if someone has confessed their love to you and the feeling is mutual. The Japanese language often leaves out the subject, object or indirect object of the sentence.

So although it’s grammatically correct to say 私もあなたのことが好き watashi mo anata no koto ga suki – “I like you too”, it is more common to simply say 私も好き – watashi mo suki which literally means “I also like”. Well, in this case, it’s understood from the context.

YOU are the context of the sentence, if that makes sense. Note: Use this phrase to deal with an unwanted romantic advance.Thousands of happy singles have found love on our Japanese dating site and have shared their stories with us. For a fun, safe and uniquely Japanese dating experience, join free today.To help personalize content, tailor and measure ads, and provide a safer experience, we use cookies.However, even in romance, the Japanese tend to be less direct and a little vague with their feelings.So 好き can be used in many situations from saying you like a certain type of ice cream to saying you like or love someone enough to want to marry them.

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