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A paragraph about family in Japanese
私は三人家族である。 Watashi wa sannin kazoku de aru. There are three people in my family.
三人家族は少ないと思うが、私の家族はいつもにぎやかである。 Sannin kazoku wa sukunai to omou ga, watashi no kazoku wa itsumo nigiyaka de aru. A family of three might be small but my family is always lively.
なんといっても、いつも明るい父と楽しい話が好きな母とおっちょこちょいの私の三人がそろっているからだ。 Nanto itte mo, itsumo akarui chichi to tanoshii hanashi ga sukina haha to otchokochoi no watashi no sannin ga sorotteiru kara da. A father who is always cheerful, a mother who likes funny stories and me who is a careless person. The three of us always stay together no matter what.
まるで愛犬が一匹いるのかと思うぐらいにぎやかである。だから、毎日私は楽しい。 Marude aiken ga ichibiki iru no ka to omou gurai nigiyaka de aru. Dakara, mainichi watashi wa tanoshii. We are lively like there is one pet dog in my family. So I’m happy every day.
家族皆、海好きなので夏休みと言ったら、プールよりも先に山よりも先に遊園地よりも先にデパートよりも先に海へ行く。 Kazoku mina, umi suki na node natsuyasumi to ittara, puuru yori mo saki ni yama yori mo saki ni yuenchi yori mo saki ni depaato yori mo saki ni umi e iku. Everyone in my family loves the beach, so we will go to the beach rather than go to a mall, amusement park, mountain, or pool on summer vacation.
このときに役立つのが父である。 Kono toki ni yakudatsu no ga chichidearu. At these times, my father is helpful.
父は近道や色々な道を知っているためあまり渋滞に引っかからずに海へ行ける。 Chichi wa chikamichi ya iroirona michi wo shitte iru tame amari juutai ni hikkakarazu ni umi e ikeru. My father knows many short ways and roads, so we can go to the beach without being caught in a traffic jam.
それにゴミがいっぱい落ちている汚い海ではなくエメラルドグリーンに光っているきれいな海へ連れてってくれる。 Soreni gomi ga ippai ochite iru kitanai umide wa naku emerarudoguriin ni hikatte iru kireina umi e tsuretette kureru. Moreover, he takes us to the beautiful sea that shines in the emerald green instead of the dirty sea full of garbage.
そして、泳ぎ上手な父が泳ぎを教えてくれたり、物知りの母が海で真っ黒に焼けてひりひりしないような方法を教えてくれる。 Soshite, oyogi jouzuna chichi ga oyogi wo oshiete kure tari, monoshiri no haha ga umi de makkuro ni yakete hirihiri shinai youna houhou wo oshiete kureru. And my father, who is a good swimmer, also teaches me how to swim and my knowledgeable mother also teaches me how to not get burned in the sea.
それから楽しい時間が過ぎ家へ帰る。 Sorekara tanoshii jikan ga sugi ie e kaeru. Then we go home after having a good time.
そして、色々なこと所へ行く。 Soshite, iroirona koto tokoro e iku. We also go to various places.
私にとって夏休みは大事な行事なのだ。 Watashi ni totte natsuyasumi wa daijina gyoujina noda. Summer vacation is an important event for me.
こんな私の家族も時にはケンカするときがある。 Konna watashi no kazoku mo tokiniha kenka suru toki ga aru. My family sometimes has a fight.
しかし、どんなに大きなケンカをしても一日で仲直りする。 Shikashi, donnani ookina kenka wo shite mo ichinichi de nakanaori suru. However, no matter how big the fight is, we will make up in a day.
ケンカするほど仲が良いだと思う。 Kenkasuru hodo naka ga ii da to omou. I think the more we fight, the better our relationship is.
わたしの家族は皆一番寝ると昨日の嫌なことなど全て忘れてしまうのだ。 Watashi no kazoku wa mina ichiban neru to kinou no iyana koto nado subete wasurete shimau noda. Everyone in my family will forget all the unpleasant things the day before when going to sleep.
だから、すぐ仲直りする。 Dakara, sugu nakanaori suru. So we quickly make up with each other.
人間にとって家族とは相談相手になってくれたり一緒に楽しめたり守ってくれたりする。 Ningen ni totte kazoku to wa soudan aite ni natte kure tari issho ni tanoshime tari mamotte kure tari suru. For each person, family is a counseling partner and a place where we are protected and can enjoy together.
こんな家族を私は、大切にしたい。 Konna kazoku wo watashi wa, taisetsu ni shitai. I want to cherish such a family.
そして毎日明るい父と母と私でこれからも楽しく生活していきたい。 Soshite mainichi akarui chichi to haha to watashi de korekara mo tanoshiku seikatsu shite ikitai. And I want to live happily every day with my cheerful father and my mother from now on.
笑う門には福が来るというように明るく楽しく生活すれば幸運がい来るということが分かった。 Warau kado ni wa fuku ga kuru to iu you ni akaruku tanoshiku seikatsu sureba kōun ga i kuru to iu koto ga wakatta. I understood that if we live happily, fortune will come to us, just like the idiom “Fortune comes in by a merry gate.”
Note when writing a paragraph about family in Japanese
When writing a paragraph about family, you can follow the outline below:
– Opening: How many people are there in the family? How many brothers and sisters? You can also list other members (if any) like grandparents, or even pets.
– The detailed content:
+ What kind of person are your parents, siblings, and grandparents? Use adjectives about personality such as: 優しい, 面白い, etc. In addition, express your feeling about each person.
+ Describe the job of your parents (siblings, grandparents). What do you think about those job?
+ Talk about everyday life of your family, the trips, the moments of playing together, quarrel, etc. Thereby emphasizing the positive change of your family relationship.
– Conclusion : What kind of family do you want to build?
Answer the questions from readers :
How to translate this sentence to japanese “my family has 5 people”.
My family has 5 people :（私の）家族は五人います (watashi no kazokuha gonin imasu). You can use or remove 私の(watashi no), the meaning of the sentence won’t change.
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Nihongo Elementary 2 – 作文 (Sakubun – Essay)
We were asked by our sensei to write an essay about our family. It was also my first attempt in doing one. I just used pretty basic sentence patterns and vocabulary. But researched on the technical terms (もちろん！ – of course!) 😉
This was already proofread and revised by our sensei. That is one of the reasons why it may sound too formal (or so I think). ‘Cause the draft that I made contained informal terms and may not be too polite, considering that this is a formal essay. HAHA! ^^
And may I comment that translating Japanese from English wasn’t an easy task at all. I kept stumbling for the right words to translate. HAHA!
Anyways, 読むを楽しんでください！(Yomu wo tanoshinde kudasai! – Have fun reading!)
There are four people in my family.
They are my parents and my younger brother. (including me! ^o^)
We all live in Cavite.
My mom no longer works.
She is strict at times, but really she’s a cheerful and kind person.
She is also very skilled in cooking.
My mom and I have a friend-like relationship. ^^
My dad currently works in the Middle East and is an electrical engineer.
He comes home every year. (Philippines)
Already at his 45th year, he jogs every morning.
My father is very good in playing the guitar.
My younger brother is the tallest among the family and is really skilled in playing chess.
As a matter of fact, he first learned playing it from me.
Also, several years ago I used to always beat him every time we play chess.
However, recently I just can’t defeat him anymore.
My 17-year old brother and I have the same college major.
It is Electronics Engineering.
My family may not be huge, but we are a happy one. ^^
We sometimes take a stroll at the mall together.
Moreover, we buy a whole heap of DVD’s during summer and Christmas vacations.
Together we watch the movies. \(^o^)/
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My family ~Let’s introduce your family in japanese!~
Talk about your family in japanese with your friends, tell about your mother and father.
・Oka-san (Mother) Introduce to superior… Haha
・Oto-san (Father) Introduce to superior… Chichi
Practice；What does your father do (work)?
Tell about your brother and sister
・おにいさん Oni-san (older brother) Introduce to superior… Ani
・おねえさん One-san (older sister) Introduce to superior… Ane
・弟（おとうと） Otouto (younger brother)
・妹（いもうと） Imouto (younger sister)
when you talk about your friends or someone’s brother and sister, we say “Otouto san”, “Imouto san”.
older brother and younger brother…Kyoudai older sister and younger sister…Shimai
Practice: Do you have bother or sister? If you have, talk about it.
Tell about grand father and grand mother
・おじいさん Ojii san (Grand father) Introduce to superior… Sofu
・おばあさん Obaa san (Grand mother) Introduce to superior… Sobo
・ひいおばあさん Hii Obaa san (Great-grand mother)
・ひいおじいさん Hii Ojii san (Great-grand father)
Practice: Tell your grand mother and grand father’s memory.
If you married…
How to call your partner after marrige. ・Otto (husband) ・Tsuma (wife) husband and wife… Fuufu
When you talk about your friends or someone’s husband and wife, we say Goshujin and Okusan. Also, someone’s children call Okosan.
How to call your child
Practice: Which one do you want, boy or girl in the future? Also, what do you plan to name your child?
Tell about your pet
Pet… pet (same as English) To introduce your pet…
○○ wo katte imasu.(I have…) ex) Inu wo katte imasu. (I have a dog.)
Practice: Do you have a pet? What kind of pet do you have?
Let’s introduce your family!
・わたしの家族は、○人です。（Watashi no kazoku wa ○nin desu.） 例）わたしの家族は4人です。（ex) Watashi no kazoku wa yonin desu.）
・○○と○○と○○がいます。（○○to ○○to ○○ga imasu.） 例）母と父と兄とわたしです。（ex) Haha to Chichi to Ani to Watashi desu. ） 母と父と兄がいます。（ Haha to Chichi to Ani ga imasu.）
Ask to your friend
Let’s ask to your friend about family.
・家族は何人いますか？・Kazoku wa nannin imasuka? (How many people do you have in your family?)
・誰がいますか？・Dare ga imasuka? (Who is in there?)
・おいくつですか？・Oikutsu desuka? (How old are they?)
・どこに住んでいますか？・Doko ni sunde imasuka? (Where do they live?)
・お仕事は？・Oshigoto wa? (What is their job?)
Let’s plactice conversation！
A：家族は何人いますか？ B：わたしの家族は６人です。 祖母と母と父と妹です。 それからペットの猫を飼っています。 A：妹さんはおいくつですか？ B：２４さいです。 A：お仕事は？ B：学校の先生をしています。
A: Kazoku wa nannin imasuka? B: Watashi no kazoku wa rokunin desu. Sobo to haha to chichi to imouto desu. Sorekara pet no neko wo katte imasu. A: Imouto san wa oikutsu desuka? B: Nijyu-yonsai desu. A: Oshigoto wa? B: Gakko no sensei wo shiteimasu.
Let’s paractice and introduce your fabulous family in Japanese!
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Writing essay about my family for Japanese class
This is just a rough draft but I thought I'd come to yall great people for some help. If you would be so kind to proof read and see if I made some glaring errors or minor grammar issues that'd be fantastic! This isn't for a grade for my class we are turning in a rough draft which will be returned for revisions then turn in for a final grade. It isn't even due for another month but I really wanted to work on it now cause although Im not great at japanese it is still fun. Keep in mind im in Japanese 1 so its gunna sound like a five year old is writing due to our limited vocab and the only kanji we know are the numbers. Anyways here it is...
Translation (What Im Trying to say)
Hello everyone. My name is Kevin. I go to Kent state university. I am a history major. I am now a senior in College. I am 24 years old. My house is behind mayfield highschool. My hobby is Japanese History. I like Oda Nobunaga and Tokogawa Ieyasu. Sengoku Jidai is my favorite book. Marcus Aurelius is my role model. I wake up at 6 am. I do not eat breakfast. I have one older brother and a mother. My father passed away four years ago. It Cannot be helped. My older brother loves coffee. My dog's name is frodo. Frodo is 13 years old.
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Talk About Family in Japanese: Father-in-Law and More!
Learning a foreign language isn’t only about the language itself, but also about its culture, customs, and society. Family is the minimum unit of a social group, and it’s important to understand its characteristics as this is closely related to culture and customs.
When you learn how to explain your family in Japanese, it helps to expand your vocabulary and improve your communication skills in Japanese.
Compared to English, there are many more words to describe family members in Japanese. These words are according to age and the style (formal and informal). For example, what is a Japanese father-in-law called?
Let’s learn how to describe family in Japanese at JapanesePod101.com. Here’s our list of the most useful Japanese words and family member terms, as well as important information about family in Japan.
Table of Contents
- Family in Japan – Cultural Perspective
- Basic Family Terms
- Terms of Relatives
- Family Terms as a Married Person
- Endearment Terms
- How to Describe Family and Ask Question about Family in Japanese
- Conclusion: How Japanesepod101 Can Help You Learn More Japanese
1. Family in Japan – Cultural Perspective
Before we move onto the actual family vocabulary, it’s important that we go over family roles in Japanese culture, family values in Japanese society, and the importance of family in Japanese culture. This will give you a better idea of what to expect from Japanese families, and give more context to the Japanese family vocabulary and phrases you’re going to learn!
1- Traditional and Modern Family in Japan
The traditional Japanese family is characterized by the 家 ( Ie ) or family system , which is literally translated as “household.” It refers to a home and family’s lineage, which bestows importance of kinship and loyalty to their family.
Each member of a family is expected to serve their family’s interests (rather than the individual’s) as a priority. The Japanese family is traditionally patriarchal and a household usually consists of grandparents, their son, his wife, and their children. The eldest son is expected to inherit the household assets, and he’s responsible for taking care of his parents when they get old.
In the modern Japanese family, however, the influence of the traditional ie system isn’t as strong as it used to be. A 核家族 ( kaku kazoku ) or “ nuclear family ” is very common nowadays, and consists of two parents and their children, typically centering on a married couple.
While a married couple is expected to live together with a husband’s parents in the traditional Japanese family, grandparents don’t live with a kaku kazoku in a modern Japanese family (although they are visited often).
2- Becoming a Family in Japan (Marriage)
In Japan, the 戸籍 ( Koseki ) or “family registration system” is mandatory to all households. It requires that the family records all changes in family composition and identity, such as births, deaths, marriages, divorces, acknowledgements of paternity, adoptions, and disrupted adoptions.
It’s required to register one person as the head of a household, and the rest of the members in a household must have the same surname as that of the head. Once a couple gets married, spouses are obligated to have the same surname, and registration of different surnames is not allowed.
Due to the traditional system and the importance of kinship as custom, marriage isn’t only a matter of the bride and groom, but also of their extended family. It’s expected that extended families from both sides are going to have a “family relationship” once a couple gets married in Japan. As such, relationships with one’s in-laws become important.
3- Expressions of Family in Japan
There are various words to name family members in Japanese.
Japanese vocabulary words to describe family count age difference, and there are particular names related to age. This is because age is regarded as one of the most important attributions in the Japanese society, which is greatly influenced by the concept of Confucianism that states seniority is highly respected.
As relationships with in-laws are also culturally important, there are particular names for them as well.
In addition, there are variations of how to express family members, ranging from very casual to formal. Which ones to use depend on the occasion.
Let’s dive into the details in the following sections, and get you started with common family words in Japanese.
2. Basic Family Terms
Now, it’s time to learn some basic Japanese words for family members. These are the words you’ll most often hear and use!
1- Basic Family Vocabularies
The formal terms are usually used for official occasions and in written form, while the informal terms are commonly used in casual situations (orally) as well as when calling a family member.
Average modern Japanese families usually have 1 or 2 children.
2- More Vocabulary
- 家族 かぞく ( Kazoku ) : family
- 両親 りょうしん ( Ryōshin ) : parents (father & mother)
- 親 おや ( Oya ) : parent(s)
- 子供 こども ( Kodomo ) : child(ren)
- 兄弟 きょうだい ( Kyōdai ) : brothers
- 姉妹しまい ( Shimai ) : sisters
Here are some examples of Japanese phrases for family, so you have a better idea how to use the vocabulary above.
- 私の家族は、お母さん、お父さん、私、弟の4人家族です。 Watashi no kazoku wa, o-kā-san, o-tō-san, watashi, otōto no yo-nin kazoku desu. My family has four members: mother, father, me, and my younger brother.
- 私は姉と妹がいる3姉妹です。 Watashi wa ane to imōto ga iru san-shimai desu. I have an older sister and a younger sister, and we are three sisters.
- 私は兄と姉がいます。 Watashi wa ani to ane ga imasu. I have an older brother and an older sister.
- 私は祖父と祖母が大好きです。 Watashi wa sofu to sobo ga daisuki desu. I like my grandfather and grandmother very much.
To listen to the pronunciation of basic family terms, please visit Must-Know Terms for Family Members on our website.
Also, if you would like to know more about Japanese numbers, please visit our Japanese Numbers article .
The bond between a mother and a daughter is often very strong.
3. Terms of Relatives
1- vocabulary for relatives.
- 親戚 しんせき ( Shinseki ) : relatives
- 叔父 おじ ( Oji ) : uncle
- 叔母 おば ( Oba ) : aunt
- 甥 おい (Oi) : nephew
- 姪 めい ( Mei ) : niece
- いとこ ( Itoko ) : cousin
- 私の親戚は全員東京に住んでいます。 Watashi no shinseki wa zen’in Tōkyō ni sunde imasu. All my relatives live in Tokyo.
- 私は5人いとこがいます。 Watashi wa go-nin itoko ga imasu. I have five cousins.
- 私の叔父と叔母は教師です。 Watashi no oji to oba wa kyōshi desu. My uncle and my aunt are teachers.
- 私の姪は5歳で、甥は2歳です。 Watashi no mei wa go-sai de, oi wa ni-sai desu. My niece is five years old and my nephew is two years old.
4. Family Terms as a Married Person
1- vocabulary to know as a married person.
- 結婚 けっこん ( Kekkon ) : marriage
- 既婚 きこん ( Kikon ) : married
- 未婚 みこん ( Mikon ) : unmarried
- 離婚 りこん ( Rikon ) : divorce
- 夫 おっと ( Otto ) : husband
- 妻 つま ( Tsuma ) : wife
- 息子 むすこ ( Musuko ) : son
- 娘 むすめ ( Musume ) : daughter
- 義理の ぎりの ( Giri no ) : in-law
In order to express “XXX in-law,” add 義理の ( Giri no ) in front of XXX (the family member).
- 義理の両親 ( Giri no ryōshin ) : parents-in-law
- 義理の父 ( Giri no chichi ) : father-in-law
- 義理の母 ( Giri no haha ) : mother-in-law
- 義理の兄 ( Giri no ani ) : older brother-in-law
- 義理の弟 ( Giri no otōto ) : younger brother-in-law
- 義理の姉 ( Giri no ane ) : older sister-in-law
- 義理の妹 ( Giri no imōto ) : younger sister-in-law
- 私は夫と娘が1人います。 Watashi wa otto to musume ga hitori imasu. I have a husband and one daughter.
- 私の義理の父と母は大阪に住んでいます。 Watashi no giri no chichi to haha wa Ōsaka ni sunde imasu. My father and mother in-law live in Osaka.
- 私は既婚者で子供が2人います。 Watashi wa kikonsha de kodomo ga futari imasu. I am married and I have two children.
- 私の義理の両親は、私の息子におもちゃを買いました。 Watashi no giri no ryōshin wa, watashi no musuko ni omocha o kaimashita. My parents-in-law bought a toy for my son.
5. Endearment Terms
In addition to the formal and informal terms for family, there are also more casual vocabulary words that you can call family members. It may vary from household to household, or on what kind of relationships there are between family members, but here are some examples. Just note that these are typically used in Japanese family relationships that are close.
- パパ ( Papa ) : papa
Like in English, “papa” is a common name to call a father in Japan, especially when children are very small. However, most Japanese people don’t use papa as they grow up.
- 父ちゃん ( Tō-chan ) : dad
This term includes a nuance of cute and comical affection.
- おやじ ( Oyaji ) : dad
This term is usually used by sons who are post-adolescent age. When they become adults, they often feel embarrassed to call their father papa or o-tō-san . This term also indicates a nuance of close affection.
- ママ ( Mama ) : mama
Just like papa, mama is used especially when children are still small.
- 母ちゃん ( Kā-chan ) : mom
This is the version of tō-chan used for mothers.
- お袋 ( Ofukuro ) : mom
This is the mother version of oyaji .
- じじ ( Jiji ) : grandpa
Grandchildren and their parents usually call a grandfather by this term when the grandchildren are still small. It indicates a nuance of cute affection.
- じーじ ( Jīji ) : grandpa
This is very similar to jiji , but the first ji is pronounced longer.
- ばば ( Baba ) : grandma
This is the grandmother version of jiji .
- ばーば ( Bāba ) : grandma
This is the grandmother version of jīji .
Grandparents often have endearing nicknames when they have grandchildren.
6. How to Describe Family and Ask Question about Family in Japanese
Most of the time, there’s no problem with talking about family and relatives. When it comes to marital status and children, however, it can be a delicate matter. It can sometimes be inappropriate to ask someone about his/her marital status or if they have children, unless he/she is open and willing to talk. This is especially true for a woman in her 30s.
Here are some example questions and answers related to family.
Q: 何人家族ですか。 Nan-nin kazoku desu ka. How many family members do you have?
A: お父さん、お母さん、お姉ちゃん、私の4人家族です。 O-tō-san, o-kā-san, o-nee-chan, watashi no yo-nin kazoku desu. I have four family members: father, mother, older sister, and me.
Q: 兄弟はいますか。 Kyōdai wa imasu ka. Do you have brothers and sisters?
*When asking a question, kyōdai can also refer to sisters.
A: 私は姉と弟がいます。 Watashi wa ane to otōto ga imasu. I have an older sister and a younger brother.
Q: 結婚していますか。 Kekkon shite imasu ka. Are you married?
A: はい、妻と子供が2人います。 Hai, tsuma to kodomo ga futari imasu. Yes, I have a wife and two children.
Q: 孫はいますか。 Mago wa imasu ka. Do you have grandchildren?
A: はい、私は孫が6人います。 Hai, watashi wa mago ga roku-nin imasu. Yes, I have six grandchildren.
Q: ご両親はお元気ですか。 Go-ryōshin wa o-genki desu ka. How are your parents?
*It’s polite to put go in front of ryōshin when you talk about someone’s parents.
A: はい、私の父と母は元気です。 Hai, watashi no chichi to haha wa genki desu. Yes, my father and mother are doing well.
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7. Conclusion: How Japanesepod101 Can Help You Learn More Japanese
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If you would like to learn more about the Japanese language, you’ll find more useful content on JapanesePod101.com . We provide a variety of free lessons for you to improve your Japanese language skills. For example, Must-Know Terms for Family Members is helpful if you want to practice family terms in Japanese with audio.
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Before you go, let us know in the comments if there are any family terms you still want to know! And to practice, write a short paragraph about your family in basic Japanese. We look forward to hearing from you!
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