Days of the week in japanese

In this blog post, we will explore the days of the week in Japanese. The days of the week are a set of seven different names for each day. Below is a list of all these days from Monday to Sunday with their corresponding number and kanji character.

The days of the week are translated to japanese as follows:

Days of the week (japanese)PronounciationDays of the week (English)
getsuyôbigeh-tsoo-yooo-beeMonday
kayôbikahyooo-beeTuesday
suiyôbisoo-ee-yooo-beeWednesday
mokuyôbimoh-coo-yooo-beeThursday
kinyôbikeen-yooo-beeFriday
doyôbidoh-yooo-beeSaturday
nichiyôbinee-chee-yooo-beeSunday
Days of the week in italian

How many days a week does Japan have?

Japan has a five day work week, with Saturday and Sunday being days off. This is the opposite of how most countries have six-day work weeks, with Mondays through Saturdays being days off. The original reason for this was to allow people to rest on Sundays following their laborious working hours during the weekdays. However, in recent times it has become more common for Japan’s younger workers to stay late at work on Fridays or take long holidays over weekends so that they can enjoy these two days as much as possible.

How do Japanese write dates?

The most commonly used date format in Japan is “year month day 

Can I visit Japan without knowing Japanese?

If you are traveling to major cities with many tourists like Tokyo, Osaka, and Kyoto, and are visiting major tourist spots, you don’t need to worry because some people speak good English

What is the original name of Japan?

The official Japanese-language name is Nippon-koku or Nihon-koku.

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