How to say Good Night in Japanese: Oyasuminasai

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How to say Good Night in Japanese: Oyasuminasai

Learning Japanese for travel or study? Let’s try this term:

To say Good Night in Japanese: Oyasuminasai
Say it out loud: “Oh Yah Soo Mee Nah Sai

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Some more helpful words in our Japanese Greetings category:

Fine, thank you – Genki Desu.  (Gen Kee Dess.)
Good Afternoon – Konnichiwa  (Con Nee Chi Wah)
Good Evening – Konbanwa  (Con Ban Wah)
Good Morning – Ohayou Gozaimasu  (Oh Hah Yoh Go Zai Mass)
Good Night – Oyasuminasai  (Oh Yah Soo Mee Nah Sai)
Goodbye – Sayounara  (Sah Yoh Nah Rah)
How are you? – Ogenki Desuka?  (Oh Gen Kee Dess Kah?)
Pleased to meet you – Hajimemashite  (Hah Jee Meh Mah Shee Teh)

And here’s how to say Good Night in other languages!

Arabic–Layla Sa'eeda  (la ye lah Sah ee da)
Chinese–Wǎnān  (Wan An)
Croatian–laku noć  (la koo nōch)
Czech–Dobrou noc  (doe BRO notes)
Finnish–Hyvää yötä  (hih vaah ih oh tah)
French–bonne nuit  (bun nwee)
German–gute Nacht  (goo teh nahkt)
Italian–buonanotte  (boo ohn uh no tay)
Japanese–Oyasuminasai  (Oh Yah Soo Mee Nah Sai)
Korean–Annyeonghi Jumuseyo.  (Ahn Nyoung Hah Se Yo?)
Polish–Dobranoc  (Do bra' nots)
Portuguese–Boa Noite  (boh ah no-ee cheh)
Russian–Spokoynoy nochi!  (Spah koy nay noh chee!)
Spanish–buenas noches  (bway nahs no chays)
Swahili–lala salama  (lala sala mah)
Thai–Sawat Di Khrap/Kha  (sa wat dee krahp/KAH)
Turkish–iyi geceler  (ee yay jhuh lahr)
Vietnamese–Chúc Ngủ Ngon  (Chuk Ngoo Ngon)

Before you sleep it's expected that you wish your friends or family a safe night and once you travel out of your residence you are going to be wished a safe night by your host, this they'll do by saying " "Good Night" (Oyasuminasai)" to which you will answer to with ""Good Night" (Oyasuminasai)". Learn this phrase and use it wherever you are. Get instant access to the Japanese Language Set.

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Biography: Kanako Tokuno is a marketing adviser and translator living in New York City. Kanako graduated with BAs in International Relations from both Ritsumeikan University and American University in 2008 through a Dual Degree program. After experiencing sales and marketing jobs in the electronics and cosmetics industries in Japan, Kanako moved to New York City, where she is currently involved in multiple projects as a freelancer.
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