i love you in japanese

i love you in japanese-This blog post will teach you how to say I love you in Japanese. The first thing that needs to be done is learn the alphabet. There are a total of five vowels and 14 consonants, which can be combined into 46 syllables.I love you in Japanese is “aishiteru.”

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I Love You愛してます (aishiteru)

Do they say I love you in Japan?

Do they say I love you in Japan? If you’re traveling there, it’s important to know what to expect. Here are some phrases that might come in handy if you end up meeting a Japanese person and want to express your affection for them: “Ich liebe Dich” (German), “Ti amo” (Italian), or “Je t’aime” (French). These may be the only words that will help make someone feel loved when they visit Japan.

What are the 3 ways to say I love you in Japanese?

Japanese people have three ways to say “I love you” – ai shiteru, aishiteru, and daisuki.
Aishiteru is more formal than the other two words and means something like “to desire greatly.”
Dai-suki can also mean “favorite,” so it’s used for things as well as people. Ai shiteru has a romantic connotation that often translates to English as “I’m in love with you.”

What can I say instead of I Love You?

誰より愛してる (dare yori aishiteru) – I love you more than anyone else does.
私はあなたを本当に大好きです (watashi wa anata wo hontou ni daisuki desu) – I really love you.

Also See-I love you in different languages 

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