Saying 'I love you' is never easy, regardless of whether it’s in one’s mother tongue or not.
The two of you enjoy dinner and a movie and feel even more attracted to each other.
At least we’ll prepared when we finally meet our 白馬の王子様 (はくばのおうじさま – prince on a white horse) or 大和撫子 (やまとなでしこ – an idealized type of Japanese woman).
Before we get started, it’s worth mentioning that many of these phrases begin with 私 (わたし), a pronoun meaning “I.” Depending on your gender or how formal or intimate you want to sound, you can change the pronoun.
Although it may seem strange to some of our readers, there are different ways of expressing both approval and denial in Japanese.
The simplest and most straightforward way of saying yes in Japanese is はい , it can also be used to say "go ahead" when you are happy to grant a request.