English to Japanese: I Love You and Other Romantic Phrases in Japanese
If you are looking for the translations to romantic Japanese phrases, then this is the page for you! Below you will find the translations for such phrases as I like you, I really like you, and I love you. You will also learn the translations for questions like May I kiss you? and Will you marry me? Each of the translations listed on this page is listed from English to Japanese.
Below our list of romantic translations, you find a comment section where you can leave your say, post a correction, or make a translation request. There's also a section with several useful books (available from Amazon.com) that can help you meet and date Japanese people.
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English to Japanese Love Words and Phrases:
Whether you are learning about Japanese love words in Japan, taking an online Japanese class, or plan to enrol yourself in Japanese language immersion school, our English to Japanese online dictionary is always being updated with new romantic Japanese words which makes it an excellent supplement for those trying to learn how to speak Japanese.
(Words in bold added during the last update. Latest additions can also been seen on our Twitter page: LearnJapaneseCL.)
Cute - Kawaii
I can't live without you - Anata nashidewa ikite ikanai
I like you - Suki desu
I love you - Aishiteru / あいしてる
I love you - Kimi wo aishiteru
I love you from the bottom of my heart - Kokoro no sokokara aishiteru
I really like you - Daisuki dayo / だいすきだよ
I want to be with you forever - Zutto issho-ni itai
I want to hold you - Dakishimete
I want to see you - Aitai you
I will always love you - Itsumo aishiteru / いつもあいしてる
I'm crazy about you - Kimi ni muchu nanda
I've loved you from the moment I first laid eyes on you - Hajimete ata tokikara sukidata
Kiss me - Kisu shite
Love - Ai
May I kiss you? - Kisu shite mo ii
Pretty - Kirei
Will you marry me? - Kekkon shite-kureru?
You are as beautiful as a flower - Hana no youni kirei
You're beautiful - Kirei dayo
You're sexy - Iroppoi
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Requested Japanese Translations
Do you know how to speak Japanese? Perhaps you can send in some translations to help the visitors of this site. Below are a list of romantic words and phrases in English that people are looking to be translated into Japanese.
Can I keep you?
Can you be mine?
Do you like me?
Forever in my heart
Good morning my love
I always love to see you
I don't want to lose you
I love my boyfriend
I love my honey
I love my...
I love you baby
I love you more than yesterday
I love you very much
I miss you
I think I love you
I want to be yours
I want to spend my life with you
I want you too
I will never let you go
I wish I could be with you
I'm in love
I'm in love with you
I'm single (as in no boyfriend)
I'm your angel
I've loved you since I first laid eyes on you
Look into my heart
My beautiful fox
Will you be mine forever?
Will you be mine?
Will you cuddle with me?
You look so sexy
You two match (as a couple)
You're my one and only
You're the only one for me
The Fine Print
The English to Japanese Dictionary featured at the Chromlea Language Tutor may contain some errors in the Japanese language. It is to be seen with a grain of salt, as all the content is from actual user submissions and not checked for grammatical / spelling accuracy (though we do correct our content as we are informed of errors). We wish you the best with your learning Japanese and hope you can find this site helpful in your Japanese language study.