October 15, 2022 by Marjorie R. Rogers, MA (English), Certified Consultant
Happy Mother’s Day in Japanese is “haha no hi.” You can say this to your mom on Mother’s Day to make her feel special.
- Say “Akemashite Omedetou Gozaimasu” to your mother on Mother’s Day
- Give your mother a hug and say “I love you, Mom
- Give your mother a gift, if you have one
- Spend time with your mother, if possible
How do you say Happy mother’s Day in hiragana?
Happy mother’s day in hiragana is “haha no okaasan ni kyūjitsu”. Kyūjitsu can also be read as “kekkon” which means “wedding anniversary”.
How do you say Happy Father’s Day in Japanese?
Father’s Day is celebrated on the third Sunday of June in many countries around the world. In Japan, it is celebrated on the second Monday of June.
The Japanese word for “father” is お父さん (otōsan).
“Happy Father’s Day” in Japanese would be お父さんの誕生日おめでとう (otōsan no tanjōbi omedetō). If you’re celebrating Father’s Day with a Japanese father, you might give him a card or gift. Common gifts include ties, golf clubs, or tools.
It’s also common to take your father out to eat at a nice restaurant. Whatever you do, make sure to say “Happy Father’s Day” in Japanese!
What is mother’s Day called in Japan?
In Japan, Mother’s Day is called Haha no Hi. It is celebrated on the second Sunday in May and is a national holiday. On this day, children give gifts to their mothers and spend time with them.
Families often go out for a special meal or picnic.
How do you greet your mother in Japanese?
When greeting your mother in Japanese, you would say “okaasan” which means “mother.” You can also say “okaa-san” if you are addressing your mother formally.
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In Japan, Mother’s Day is celebrated on the second Sunday in May. It is a national holiday in Japan. On this day, people express their love and appreciation for their mothers.
The most common way to say “Happy Mother’s Day” in Japanese is “okaasan ni kansha shimasu.”
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