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How do you say Thank You in Japanese?

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How to say thank you in Japanese

Perhaps the question we get the most frequently is how to translate this. This one is pretty simple. The right way to say thank you in Japanese is ‘ありがとう’. Here are some sample sentences.

How to use Thank you in a sentence:


  • Thank you to our important sponsors.
  • あなたは重要なスポンサーに感謝します。 (Japanese translation)
  • Thank you for all your very difficult work this year.
  • すべての非常に困難な作業を今年していただきありがとうございます。 (Japanese translation)

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Alright, so that's how you say thank you in Japanese. Im still learning to read and write Japanese. Hope you don't mind me practicing my Japanese here. If you think im right please rate this post with a thumbs up!

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  1. Kathryn Swider on May 11, 2011 Reply

    I just asked my boyfriend who sorta speaks Japanese. It’s: ありがとう.

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  2. Jack Wang on May 16, 2011 Reply

    thank you is ありがとう,

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  3. Kenneth on May 16, 2011 Reply

    I tried a piece of translation software to rewrite this sentence in Japanese:
    Show your appreciation to your friends with a thank you card.
    あなたのお友達にありがとうカードを鑑賞します。

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  4. Richard Delucia on May 17, 2011 Reply

    I saw a note that reads: “ありがとうお母さん私バックを与える私のお気に入りのぬいぐるみことと言うしたかった。” Sounded like Japanese to me. I could make out the word ありがとう (thank you), but don’t have any idea what the message was. Anyone know what it says?

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