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Japanese Numbers 1-139

Numbers are a vital part of conversational language. Counting, prices, dates, ages... so many parts of speech require a knowledge of number translations.

That's why this page is here to teach you the essentials in Japanese numbers. So go ahead, scroll down, and learn your numbers... it's as easy as one two three - in Japanese!

Notes: Words in bold added during the last update. You can also view these numbers from English to Japanese. All numbers listed in order: Romaji (Hiragana, Kanji) ➔ English (Numeral)

Zero in Japanese:

Zero / Rei (ぜろ, 零) ➔ Zero (0)

Japanese Numbers 1-10 (One to Ten):

Ichi (いち, 一) ➔ One (1)

Ni (に, 二) ➔ Two (2)

San (さん, 三) ➔ Three (3)

Shi (Yon) (よん, 四) ➔ Four (4)

Go (ご, 五) ➔ Five (5)

Roku (ろく, 六) ➔ Six (6)

Shichi (Nana) (なな, 七) ➔ Seven (7)

Hachi (はち, 八) ➔ Eight (8)

Kyuu (Ku) (きゅう, 九) ➔ Nine (9)

Juu (じゅう, 十) ➔ Ten (10)

Japanese Numbers 10-19 (Ten to Nineteen):

Juu (じゅう, 十) ➔ Ten (10)

Juu ichi (じゅういち, 十一) ➔ Eleven (11)

Juu ni (じゅうに, 十二) ➔ Twelve (12)

Juu san (じゅうさん, 十三) ➔ Thirteen (13)

Juu yon (じゅうよん, 十四) ➔ Fourteen (14)

Juu go (じゅうご, 十五) ➔ Fifteen (15)

Juu roku (じゅうろく, 十六) ➔ Sixteen (16)

Juu nana (じゅうなな, 十七) ➔ Seventeen (17)

Juu hachi (じゅうはち, 十八) ➔ Eighteen (18)

Juu kyuu (じゅうきゅう, 十九) ➔ Nineteen (19)

Japanese Numbers 20-29 (Twenty to Twenty nine):

Ni juu (にじゅう, 二十) ➔ Twenty (20)

Ni juu ichi (にじゅういち, 二十一) ➔ Twenty one (21)

Ni juu ni (にじゅうに, 二十二) ➔ Twenty two (22)

Ni juu san (にじゅうさん, 二十三) ➔ Twenty three (23)

Ni juu yon (にじゅうよん, 二十四) ➔ Twenty four (24)

Ni juu go (にじゅうご, 二十五) ➔ Twenty five (25)

Ni juu roku (にじゅうろく, 二十六) ➔ Twenty six (26)

Ni juu nana (にじゅうなな, 二十七) ➔ Twenty seven (27)

Ni juu hachi (にじゅうはち, 二十八) ➔ Twenty eight (28)

Ni juu kyuu (にじゅうきゅう, 二十九) ➔ Twenty nine (29)

Japanese Numbers 30-39 (Thirty to Thirty nine):

San juu (さんじゅう, 三十) ➔ Thirty (30)

San juu ichi (さんじゅういち, 三十一) ➔ Thirty one (31)

San juu ni (さんじゅうに, 三十二) ➔ Thirty two (32)

San juu san (さんじゅうさん, 三十三) ➔ Thirty three (33)

San juu yon (さんじゅうよん, 三十四) ➔ Thirty four (34)

San juu go (さんじゅうご, 三十五) ➔ Thirty five (35)

San juu roku (さんじゅうろく, 三十六) ➔ Thirty six (36)

San juu nana (さんじゅうなな, 三十七) ➔ Thirty seven (37)

San juu hachi (さんじゅうはち, 三十八) ➔ Thirty eight (38)

San juu kyuu (さんじゅうきゅう, 三十九) ➔ Thirty nine (39)

Japanese Numbers 40-49 (Forty to Forty nine):

Yon juu (よんじゅう, 四十) ➔ Forty (40)

Yon juu ichi (よんじゅういち, 四十一) ➔ Forty one (41)

Yon juu ni (よんじゅうに, 四十二) ➔ Forty two (42)

Yon juu san (よんじゅうさん, 四十三) ➔ Forty three (43)

Yon juu yon (よんじゅうよん, 四十四) ➔ Forty four (44)

Yon juu go (よんじゅうご, 四十五) ➔ Forty five (45)

Yon juu roku (よんじゅうろく, 四十六) ➔ Forty six (46)

Yon juu nana (よんじゅうなな, 四十七) ➔ Forty seven (47)

Yon juu hachi (よんじゅうはち, 四十八) ➔ Forty eight (48)

Yon juu kyuu (よんじゅうきゅう, 四十九) ➔ Forty nine (49)

Japanese Numbers 50-59 (Fifty to Fifty nine):

Go juu (ごじゅう, 五十) ➔ Fifty (50)

Go juu ichi (ごじゅういち, 五十一) ➔ Fifty one (51)

Go juu ni (ごじゅうに, 五十二) ➔ Fifty two (52)

Go juu san (ごじゅうさん, 五十三) ➔ Fifty three (53)

Go juu yon (ごじゅうよん, 五十四) ➔ Fifty four (54)

Go juu go (ごじゅうご, 五十五) ➔ Fifty five (55)

Go juu roku (ごじゅうろく, 五十六) ➔ Fifty six (56)

Go juu nana (ごじゅうなな, 五十七) ➔ Fifty seven (57)

Go juu hachi (ごじゅうはち, 五十八) ➔ Fifty eight (58)

Go juu kyuu (ごじゅうきゅう, 五十九) ➔ Fifty nine (59)

Japanese Numbers 60-69 (Sixty to Sixty nine):

Roku juu (ろくじゅう, 六十) ➔ Sixty (60)

Roku juu ichi (ろくじゅういち, 六十一) ➔ Sixty one (61)

Roku juu ni (ろくじゅうに, 六十二) ➔ Sixty two (62)

Roku juu san (ろくじゅうさん, 六十三) ➔ Sixty three (63)

Roku juu yon (ろくじゅうよん, 六十四) ➔ Sixty four (64)

Roku juu go (ろくじゅうご, 六十五) ➔ Sixty five (65)

Roku juu roku (ろくじゅうろく, 六十六) ➔ Sixty six (66)

Roku juu nana (ろくじゅうなな, 六十七) ➔ Sixty seven (67)

Roku juu hachi (ろくじゅうはち, 六十八) ➔ Sixty eight (68)

Roku juu kyuu (ろくじゅうきゅう, 六十九) ➔ Sixty nine (69)

Japanese Numbers 70-79 (Seventy to Seventy nine):

Nana juu (ななじゅう, 七十) ➔ Seventy (70)

Nana juu ichi (ななじゅういち, 七十一) ➔ Seventy one (71)

Nana juu ni (ななじゅうに, 七十二) ➔ Seventy two (72)

Nana juu san (ななじゅうさん, 七十三) ➔ Seventy three (73)

Nana juu yon (ななじゅうよん, 七十四) ➔ Seventy four (74)

Nana juu go (ななじゅうご, 七十五) ➔ Seventy five (75)

Nana juu roku (ななじゅうろく, 七十六) ➔ Seventy six (76)

Nana juu nana (ななじゅうなな, 七十七) ➔ Seventy seven (77)

Nana juu hachi (ななじゅうはち, 七十八) ➔ Seventy eight (78)

Nana juu kyuu (ななじゅうきゅう, 七十九) ➔ Seventy nine (79)

Japanese Numbers 80-89 (Eighty to Eighty nine):

Hachi juu (はちじゅう, 八十) ➔ Eighty (80)

Hachi juu ichi (はちじゅういち, 八十一) ➔ Eighty one (81)

Hachi juu ni (はちじゅうに, 八十二) ➔ Eighty two (82)

Hachi juu san (はちじゅうさん, 八十三) ➔ Eighty three (83)

Hachi juu yon (はちじゅうよん, 八十四) ➔ Eighty four (84)

Hachi juu go (はちじゅうご, 八十五) ➔ Eighty five (85)

Hachi juu roku (はちじゅうろく, 八十六) ➔ Eighty six (86)

Hachi juu nana (はちじゅうなな, 八十七) ➔ Eighty seven (87)

Hachi juu hachi (はちじゅうはち, 八十八) ➔ Eighty eight (88)

Hachi juu kyuu (はちじゅうきゅう, 八十九) ➔ Eighty nine (89)

Japanese Numbers 90-99 (Ninety to Ninety nine):

Kyuu juu (きゅうじゅう, 九十) ➔ Ninety (90)

Kyuu juu ichi (きゅうじゅういち, 九十一) ➔ Ninety one (91)

Kyuu juu ni (きゅうじゅうに, 九十二) ➔ Ninety two (92)

Kyuu juu san (きゅうじゅうさん, 九十三) ➔ Ninety three (93)

Kyuu juu yon (きゅうじゅうよん, 九十四) ➔ Ninety four (94)

Kyuu juu go (きゅうじゅうご, 九十五) ➔ Ninety five (95)

Kyuu juu roku (きゅうじゅうろく, 九十六) ➔ Ninety six (96)

Kyuu juu nana (きゅうじゅうなな, 九十七) ➔ Ninety seven (97)

Kyuu juu hachi (きゅうじゅうはち, 九十八) ➔ Ninety eight (98)

Kyuu juu kyuu (きゅうじゅうきゅう, 九十九) ➔ Ninety nine (99)

Japanese Numbers 100-109 (One hundred to One hundred nine):

Hyaku (ひゃく, 百) ➔ One hundred (100)

Hyaku ichi (ひゃくいち, 百一) ➔ One hundred one (101)

Hyaku ni (ひゃくに, 百二) ➔ One hundred two (102)

Hyaku san (ひゃくさん, 百三) ➔ One hundred three (103)

Hyaku yon (ひゃくよん, 百四) ➔ One hundred four (104)

Hyaku go (ひゃくご, 百五) ➔ One hundred five (105)

Hyaku roku (ひゃくろく, 百六) ➔ One hundred six (106)

Hyaku nana (ひゃくなな, 百七) ➔ One hundred seven (107)

Hyaku hachi (ひゃくはち, 百八) ➔ One hundred eight (108)

Hyaku kyuu (ひゃくきゅう, 百九) ➔ One hundred nine (109)

Japanese Numbers 110-119 (One hundred ten to One hundred nineteen):

Hyaku juu (ひゃくじゅう, 百十) ➔ One hundred ten (110)

Hyaku juu ichi (ひゃくじゅういち, 百十一) ➔ One hundred eleven (111)

Hyaku juu ni (ひゃくじゅうに, 百十二) ➔ One hundred twelve (112)

Hyaku juu san (ひゃくじゅうさん, 百十三) ➔ One hundred thirteen (113)

Hyaku juu yon (ひゃくじゅうよん, 百十四) ➔ One hundred fourteen (114)

Hyaku juu go (ひゃくじゅうご, 百十五) ➔ One hundred fifteen (115)

Hyaku juu roku (ひゃくじゅうろく, 百十六) ➔ One hundred sixteen (116)

Hyaku juu nana (ひゃくじゅうなな, 百十七) ➔ One hundred seventeen (117)

Hyaku juu hachi (ひゃくじゅうはち, 百十八) ➔ One hundred eighteen (118)

Hyaku juu kyuu (ひゃくじゅうきゅう, 百十九) ➔ One hundred nineteen (119)

Japanese Numbers 120-129 (One hundred twenty to One hundred twenty nine):

Hyaku ni juu (ひゃくにじゅう, 百二十) ➔ One hundred twenty (120)

Hyaku ni juu ichi (ひゃくにじゅういち, 百二十一) ➔ One hundred twenty one (121)

Hyaku ni juu ni (ひゃくにじゅうに, 百二十二) ➔ One hundred twenty two (122)

Hyaku ni juu san (ひゃくにじゅうさん, 百二十三) ➔ One hundred twenty three (123)

Hyaku ni juu yon (ひゃくにじゅうよん, 百二十四) ➔ One hundred twenty four (124)

Hyaku ni juu go (ひゃくにじゅうご, 百二十五) ➔ One hundred twenty five (125)

Hyaku ni juu roku (ひゃくにじゅうろく, 百二十六) ➔ One hundred twenty six (126)

Hyaku ni juu nana (ひゃくにじゅうなな, 百二十七) ➔ One hundred twenty seven (127)

Hyaku ni juu hachi (ひゃくにじゅうはち, 百二十八) ➔ One hundred twenty eight (128)

Hyaku ni juu kyuu (ひゃくにじゅうきゅう, 百二十九) ➔ One hundred twenty nine (129)

Japanese Numbers 130-139 (One hundred thirty to One hundred thirty nine):

Hyaku san juu (ひゃくさんじゅう, 百三十) ➔ One hundred thirty (130)

Hyaku san juu ichi (ひゃくさんじゅういち, 百三十一) ➔ One hundred thirty one (131)

Hyaku san juu ni (ひゃくさんじゅうに, 百三十二) ➔ One hundred thirty two (132)

Hyaku san juu san (ひゃくさんじゅうさん, 百三十三) ➔ One hundred thirty three (133)

Hyaku san juu yon (ひゃくさんじゅうよん, 百三十四) ➔ One hundred thirty four (134)

Hyaku san juu go (ひゃくさんじゅうご, 百三十五) ➔ One hundred thirty five (135)

Hyaku san juu roku (ひゃくさんじゅうろく, 百三十六) ➔ One hundred thirty six (136)

Hyaku san juu nana (ひゃくさんじゅうなな, 百三十七) ➔ One hundred thirty seven (137)

Hyaku san juu hachi (ひゃくさんじゅうはち, 百三十八) ➔ One hundred thirty eight (138)

Hyaku san juu kyuu (ひゃくさんじゅうきゅう, 百三十九) ➔ One hundred thirty nine (139)

Larger Japanese Numbers:

Nihyaku (にひゃく, 二百) ➔ Two hundred (200)

Sanbyaku (さんびゃく, 三百) ➔ Three hundred (300)

Yonhyaku (よんひゃく, 四百) ➔ Four hundred (400)

Gohyaku (ごひゃく, 五百) ➔ Five hundred (500)

Roppyaku (ろっぴゃく, 六百) ➔ Six hundred (600)

Nanahyaku (ななひゃく, 七百) ➔ Seven hundred (700)

Happyaku (はっぴゃく, 八百) ➔ Eight hundred (800)

Kyuhyaku (きゅうひゃく, 九百) ➔ Nine hundred (900)

Sen (せん, 千) ➔ One thousand (1000)

*List of numbers last updated: March 5, 2018.


Can you answer these questions about Japanese numbers?

1. Translate one two three in Japanese.
2. How do you say twenty one in Japanese?
3. How do you say twenty two in Japanese?
4. What is forty in Japanese?
5. What is fifty in Japanese?
6. How do you say twenty three in Japanese?
7. What is twenty in Japanese?
8. How do you say seven in Japanese?
9. How do you say twenty four in Japanese?
10. How do you say six in the Japanese language?
11. How do you say twenty five in Japanese?
12. How do you say three hundred in Japanese?
13. How do you say twenty seven in Japanese?
14. What is six hundred in Japanese?
15. What is one thousand in Japanese?
16. How do you say forty two in Japanese?
17. What is seventy in Japanese?
18. What is sixty in Japanese?
19. How do you say twenty six in Japanese?
20. How do you say twenty nine in Japanese?


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