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How to Say "Shut Up" in Japanese

Learn how to say "Shut up" in Japanese in this Howcast video with expert Kanasato.

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How to say "Shut up" in Japanese.

Damare.

That's "Shut up" in Japanese.

Damare.

Repeat after me. Damare. Damare.

And that's considered very rude. So you feel like, to be a little bit more polite, you can also say: Urusai. Well, that's, kind of, rude too. That means, "You're loud."

Again. Urusai. Urusai.

Or to be even more polite, you can ask someone to be quiet.

Shizukani.

That means "Quiet."

Shizukani. Again. Shizukani.

And that's how you say "Shut up" in Japanese.

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