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Different Ways To Say Get Well Soon In Japanese

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We live in such a time that our health can worsen at any moment. The coronavirus has claimed victims all across the globe, even the healthiest ones. And with the virus mutating at a rapid pace, all we can do is hope for the best during these challenging times and wish well for those who are suffering from this vicious virus.

Now, if you are planning to visit Japan anytime soon, you might want to brush up on your Japanese language skills because saying “Feel better” or “Get well soon” in English is as easy as 123 for those who speak English. But you need to keep in mind that the majority of Japanese people do not speak English. So, what if you want to wish them well? How do you ask, “Are you okay?” in Japanese? Do you know how to say “Take care” in Japanese?

Well, you’re in luck because this blog is all about learning how to wish someone well in Japanese. Take a look at our table on the different ways to say “Get Well Soon” in Japanese.

Here Are Different Ways To Say Get Well Soon In Japanese


Get well soon.

O hayai kaifuku o negatte orimasu. お早い回復を願っております。

Feel better soon.

Odaijini. お大事に。
Wishing you a speedy recovery Zenkai o inotte imasu.

全快を 祈ってます。(ぜんかい を いのってます。)

Hope you feel a little better every day.

Mainichi sukoshi demo yoku natte ikimasu youni. 毎日 少しでも よくなって いきますように。(まいにち すこしでも よくなって いきますように。)
I’m here for you if you need anything. Anata ga nanika o hitsuyō to surunaraba, watashi wa anata no tame ni koko ni imasu.


Stay safe.

O genkide. おげんきで。
Feel better soon. Hayaku genkini nattene.

早く 元気に なってね。 (はやく げんきに なってね。)

Hang in there.

Ganbattene. 頑張ってね。(がんばってね。)
I am thinking of you and wishing you a speedy recovery. Soki kaifuku o inotte imasu.

早期回復を 祈っています。(そうき かいふく を いのって います。)

Take good care of yourself.

Douzo gojiai kudasai mase. どうぞ ご自愛 下さいませ。(どうぞ ごじあい くださいませ。)
Sending hugs and love. Hōyō to ai o okuru.


Hope you recover quickly.

Hayaku kaifuku suru koto o negatte imasu. 早く回復することを願っています。
May good health find you. Kenkō ga anata o mitsukemasu yō ni.


Are you okay? Hope you are feeling well. 

Anata wa daijōbu? Kibun ga yoi koto o negatte imasu. あなたは大丈夫?気分が良いことを願っています。
Praying for your speedy recovery. Jinsokuna kaifuku o inotte imasu.


Take care

Ki o tsukete. 気を付けて。
Hope you get better soon. Genki ni narimasu yō ni.


You are in my prayers. Anata wa watashi no inori no naka ni imasu.


We hope the table above on the different ways to say, “Feel better soon” in Japanese helps in making your stay in Japan even a tad easier.

Until next time, Sayonara for now!

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