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Japanese Vocabulary: Days Of The Week In Japanese

Japanese people use seven days, it's because worldwide people use seven days for a normal week. Japanese people also use these days because each day of the week has a special meaning, for example Sunday or nichiyōbi in Japanese language means the day of the sun.

Learning about japanese is an important topic, one of the most important part of the japanese vocabulary, it is to learn how to say each day of the weeek. The list below is going to help you in order to learn how to pronounce and write the days is japanese.

Days of the Week in Japanese

Week - () - () - (Shū)

**English****Kanji****Hiragana/ Katakana****Romaji**
Monday月曜日げつようび*Getsuyōbi*
Tuesday火曜日かようび*Kayōbi*
Wednesday水曜日すいようび*Suiyōbi*
Thursday木曜日もくようび*Mokuyōbi*
Friday金曜日きんようび*Kinyōbi*
Saturday土曜日どようび*Doyōbi*
Sunday日曜日にちようび*Nichiyōbi*

Examples:

  • He traveled last Friday.

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  • Kare wa kinyōbi ni tabi.

  • George does not like to work on Monday..

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  • Jōji wa getsuyōbi ni shigoto o shitai to shite imasen.

  • Everybody is going to go to disco this Saturday at night.

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  • Dare mo ga yoru ni disuko ni, konshū no doyōbi ni iku tsumoridesu.

  • Your mom promised to cook this Wednesday.

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  • Anata no okāsan wa, konshū no suiyōbi o tsukuru to yakusoku shita.

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