Yeah, Japanese girls are sometimes named rad stuff like Thousand Cranes… which would actually be Chidzuru. The two of them got thoroughly boozed and spent the whole night laughing. Now, Ted is pretty good at Japanese. Probably not good enough to translate professionally or anything, but homie can make friends and go on dates in Japanese with girls named Thousand Cranes. Well, Ted was kinda freaked out, because he thought that Thousand Cranes was dropping L-Bombs on their second date. As is recommended for couples promising their lives to one another, we have Super Feels, and L-Bombs are flying.
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4 Ways to Say "I Love You" in Japanese
General Education. Feeling romantic? Then perhaps you're ready to say those three little words. So what are your options?
One of the most popular phrases in any language is probably "I love you. A literal translation of the phrase "I love you" in Japanese would be "aishite imasu. However, the Japanese don't say, "I love you," as often as people in the West do, mainly because of cultural differences.