Japanese Body Parts Vocabulary 2 – Cheat Sheet

Need help with expanding body parts (からだのぶぶん) vocabulary in Japanese? Check out the cheat sheet that we have created for the second part below! We’ll be listing you the different Japanese terminology for the internal organs of the human anatomy.

Body parts are often mentioned in many day-to-day conversations. It is important for you to learn how to properly pronounce the names of these terminology in both English and Japanese. After all, things can get particularly donwhill — and confusing — when you’re doing hospital visits in Japan without knowing these terms.

Click here to visit the cheat sheet for the body parts terminology on external body parts and fingers.

Japanese Body Parts Vocabulary Sentence Examples

Here is how you form basic sentences with the body parts terminology:

Example 1:

こわいえいがをみて、しんぞうがドキドキしました。

kowai eiga wo mite, shinzō ga doki doki shimashita.

My heart was pounding because I watched a scary movie.

Example 2:

ひやけでくろくなっていたひふが、もとのはだいろにもどっていく。

hiyake de kuroku natte ita hifu ga, moto no hada iro ni modotte iku.

Skin that had become darker due to sunburn is slowly returning to its original skin color.

Internal Organs – ないぞう

JapanesePronunciationMeaning
きかんkikanOrgan
のうBrain
のどNodoThroat
したShitaTongue
はいHaiLung
しんぞうshinzōHeart
かんぞうkanzōLiver
たんのうtannōGallbladder
iStomach
すいぞうsuizōPancreas
じんぞうjinzōKidney
ちょうchōintestines
ぼうこうbōkōBladder
じょうみゃくjōmyakuVein
ひふhifuSkin
きんにくkinnikuMuscle
ほねhoneBone

For more body parts terminology, visit this site www.learnentry.com.

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