Japanese Halloween Vocabulary

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Snack in Japanese is お菓子(okashi)!

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Japanese Vocabulary: Halloween – Review Notes

Today, we learned some Japanese Halloween Vocabulary! Review what we learned, and see additional related vocabulary below!

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halloween

 Halloween in Japanese is ハロウィン (harowin)

zombie

 Zombie in Japanese is ゾンビ (zonbi)

mummy

 Mummy in Japanese is ミイラ (miira)

witch

 Witch in Japanese is 魔女 (majo)

ghost

 Ghost in Japanese is おばけ (obake)

vampire

 Vampire in Japanese is 吸血鬼 (kyuuketsuki)

devil

 Devil in Japanese is 悪魔 (akuma)

skeleton

 Skeleton in Japanese is 骸骨 (gaikotsu)

bat

 Bat in Japanese is こうもり (koumori)

pumpkin

 Pumpkin in Japanese is かぼちゃ (kabocha)

Japanese folk monster in Japanese is 妖怪(youkai)!

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Other Vocabulary:

お墓 (ohaka) = “grave”

ほうき (houki) = “broom”

くも (kumo) = “spider”

狼男 (ookami otoko) = “werewolf” or “wolf-man”

おばけ屋敷 (obakeyashiki) = “haunted house”

ホラー映画 (horaa eiga) = “horror film”

仮装する (kasou suru) = “to wear a costume”

怖い (kowai) = “scary” or “I’m scared.”

黒猫 (kuro neko) =black cat”

飾り (kazari) = “decorations”

お菓子 (okashi) = “snack”, “candy”

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Conclusion:

Today we learned lots of Japanese Halloween Vocabulary! If you have any questions, leave a comment below! Happy Halloween!

happy halloween

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