A Japanese proverb may take the form of: a short saying, an idiomatic phrase, or a four-character idiom. Profoundly inspirational Japanese proverbs will brighten up your day and make you feel ready to take on anything.
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Famous Japanese Proverbs
Our strengths are our weaknesses.
Fall down seven times, get up eight times.
Never trust a beautiful morning and your mother in law’s smile.
For the one who travels for love, , kilometers are not longer than one.
It is because of fools that wise men are able to stand out.
If you don’t enter into the tiger’s cave, you will never catch its cub.
Water, once spilled, does not return to the salver.
The frog who lives in the well knows not of the big sea.
Unless he dies, a fool may not be cured.
Even monkeys fall out of trees.
If you love your son, let him go travel.
After rain the soil hardens.
With the first glass, it is the man who sips the wine. With the second glass, it is the wine that sips the man. With the third glass, the wine drinks up the man.
Plan for tomorrow and the attic mouse shall mock you.
Knowing how to do a lot means not knowing how to do anything.
We must never forget the explorer’s spirit.
Half an hour in a spring night is as valuable as gold coins.
One kind word has the capacity to warm up three winter months.
It is the same life whether we spend it laughing or crying.
The wise man does not lose his path, the brave one does not grow fearful.
If you believe everything you read, it is best you don’t read.
Nescience is Buddha.
Sometimes you must use poison to deal with poison.
When one’s character is unclear to you, look over to his friends.
Nothing is more expensive than what is free.