10 Useful Nihongo to Give Good Impressions to Japanese Guys!

10 Useful Nihongo to Give A Good Impression to Japanese Guys!

Everyone wants to give a good impression especially to someone special. According to some surveys, majority of Japanese guys are fascinated by women’s amiable and polite phrases and reactions. Are you interested in someone now? Then, check this article. As a native Japanese speaker, here I’ll show you some useful Nihongo to give a good impression to Japanese men. Let’s win their hearts with these Nihongo and your smile!



 

10 Useful Nihongo to Give Good Impressions to Japanese Guys!

 

1. “Arigato (Thank you)”

I’m sure you’ve heard this Nihongo, “Arigato.” The word,“Thank you”, can make everyone smile when you say it and it’s same in Japanese. Especially, Japanese guys have a weakness for women’s smile and “Arigato.” If you’d like to say it in more polite way (for example, to elders or to your boss), you can say “Arigato gozaimasu.”

 

2. Kakkoii (Cool!)”

Japanese guys tend to be shy, but they are of course eager to be praised, too! So, tell them “Kakkoii” without hesitation. You can praise their new hairstyle, clothing, behavior with this Nihongo.

 

3. “Ureshii (I’m happy!)”

If you’re happy to be asked out or if you’re touched with their thoughtfulness, let’s tell them “Ureshii!” Japanese guys will be glad to know you’re happy and want to please you more! Combination with “Arigato” is more effective.

 

4. “Sugoi (Amazing)”

You can give reactions with this Nihongo while you’re talking with them. When you feel admiration for them, tell them this phrase. It is always happy for us to be praised by others. You can also use this word when you are surprised or moved by something like beautiful scenery, delicious meals, an unexpected gift and so on.

 

5. “Gomennasai (I’m sorry.)”

Well, you should know this Nihongo. If you screw up, give them a sincere apology without making excuses. You’ll be able to give them favorable impression and make up with them soon.

 

6. “Douzo (Here you are).”

When you pass along something (like reports, newspapers, handkerchief, salts, anything!), let’s use this Nihongo. “Douzo” is a word to project an elegant image and Japanese guys love it.

 

7. “Onegai shimasu (please).”

We say “Onegai shimasu” when we ask someone for a favor or make a request. Guys will agreeably consent to your requests if you ask them with this Nihongo and with your smile. Don’t forget to tell them “Arigato”, too.

 

8. “Daijyoubu?” (Are you all right?).”

When you visit Japan, you probably have a chance to hear this word “Daijyoubu.” This is very useful Nihongo and we use it a lot, so let’s keep it in your mind. When someone looks sad, sick or tired, tell him this phrase and let him know you care about him. You can say “Daijyoubu!” to encourage him and you can also use this phrase to say that you’re OK.

 

9. “Sugoku Suteki desu!” (You’re the man!).”

Sugoku is an adverb expression of “Sugoi”. When Japanese guys do something great, It’s the best timing to say it for parsing them. This expression can be used not only for your friends but for older guys.

 

10. “Yabai!” (incredible).”

These days This phrase is often used to express “incredible” “very good” “great” especially among young Japanese people. So older people might misunderstand what you want to say because we Japanese people often use “Yabai” to say “very bad” “terrible”. However, I’m sure your friends will be surprised to hear “Yabai” from you at the situation that you say “incredible” in Japanese. I can easily imagine that Japanese guys will say “How did you know this expression? Yabai!”

 

Conclusion

These phrases can give a good impression to Japanese guys and also they are very useful in ordinary conversation. Keeping these in your mind, enjoy your life in Japan and enrapture the heart of Japanese guys! Good luck!

 

10 Useful Nihongo to Give Good Impressions to Japanese Guys!

1. “Arigato (Thank you)”
2. Kakkoii (Cool!)”
3. “Ureshii (I’m happy!)”
4. “Sugoi (Amazing)”
5. “Gomennasai (I’m sorry.)”
6. “Douzo (Here you are).”
7. “Onegai shimasu (please).”
8. “Daijyoubu?” (Are you all right?).”
9. “Sugoku Suteki desu!” (You’re the man!).”
10. “Yabai!” (incredible).”