200+ Japanese Puns that You Will Enjoy Very Matcha

Wasabi!? Looking to make some people laugh? Pho-get about it; how about rolling on the ground laughing until we are sushi? We’re pretty sure udon know how funny these Japanese puns are. Why don’t we find out?

Funny Japanese Puns

In a garden full of pho-get me nots, you will still remember these Japanese puns to crack and make your loved ones laugh and have a good time.

Have a fantas-taku day, that’s all that we can say. But be careful! Because we heard this person say, “I sprained my anko because I was reading this really funny book on Japanese puns, and I had a bad fall.”

  • Sarah had been limping all day after the bad fall. I guess she has sprained her anko.
  • Harry was being so difficult; it was hard for Sam to control his tempura and not tell Harry off.
  • “Have a fantas-taku day at work!” Sarah said while seeing me off to work.
  • Udon know how much I would like to visit Japan one day.
  • Udon know how funny these Japanese puns are.
  • I sprained my anko because I was reading this really funny book on Japanese puns, and I had a bad fall.
  • I didn’t know they were taku ’bout my surprise birthday party when I left to put the used cutlery in the kitchen sink. 
  • I like this collection of Japanese puns very mochi!
  • Sarah liked the Japanese puns so matcha that she kept laughing on our way back to home.
  • I hope you have a spec-taku-lar day.
  • This bunch of Japanese puns is so spec-taku-lar, I am definitely going to quote some of these.
  • “Taku my hand,” said the Japanese man to his girlfriend when he noticed her shiver while they watched a horror movie together in the cinema hall.
  • I didn’t do well in my examinations, and I don’t want to taku ’bout it.
  • I sent my niece to swimming classes, but I think the instructor taku it too far because she almost drowned.
  • “I saw Sarah at the Mexican food outlet this afternoon,” I told Harry. “She looked depressed, you should taku to her.”
  • The armed terrorists were planning to taku-ver the building and the police were formulating a defence strategy.
  • I think I made a huge mis-taku by not attending today’s African History class. I’ll probably have to borrow notes from my classmates.
  • I love Japanese food and Japanese puns very mochi.
  • Sarah and Harry spent their date night having dinner at a beautiful Japanese restaurant. It was soy ramentic.
  • I matcha ask you a question, do you like Japanese puns?
  • I matcha ask you to read John’s new book on Japanese puns.
  • “I matcha you, are you having a good time?” the flight attendant asked me upon noticing my uneasiness in the turbulent flight.
  • “I matcha ask you, if you have nothing to hide, may eyebrows your digital devices?” asked the police inspector to the man on suspecting him of a recent crime in the neighbourhood.
  • “I matcha ask you to shave your facial hair before going in for the surgery,” the surgeon said to the patient with a beard.
  • I communicated privileged information to our rival company just to save my friendship with Harry, but I think my company is going to sumi!
  • A quiet and peaceful weekend means so much sumi.
  • To sumi it all up, I think I am ready to move to Japan and start over with my career.
  • I was surprised to see Sarah walk into the bar wearing the sumi dress as me.
  • I can koto great lengths to save the relations in my life.
  • “I will never let you gyoza the trip,” said my mom even after I told her all my friends were going to go to the school trip. 
  • “I don’t think it is safe to gyoza right now,” Sarah said to me after we received news about the recent flood in our hometown.
  • “Before we go to our first date, there is dumpling you should know…” Harry told Sarah, taking her hand in his.
  • Sarah did not feel like attending the rest of the class sushi left.
  • I don’t think I can pho-get these hilarious Japanese puns so soon.
  • Harry pho-got his girlfriend’s birthday. Boy, he must be in big trouble right now.
  • I am going to start working out from tomorrow pho-real.
  • Have a rice day ahead!
  • “Aren’t you and me having a rice time today?” Harry asked Sarah while they sat under the sky full of stars.
  • Food makes miso happy; I might turn out to be very unhealthy if I don’t control my eating habits.
  • “Dango, we have only just met,” I told the attractive stranger on the train after we exchanged a moment.
  • You have no idea how much I miso ordering late night take outs with my best friends.
  • I was staying in the rented studio apartment on a tempura-ry basis, until my company gave me a flat in an apartment.
  • The anger is just tempura-ry, but the regret is pho-rever.
  • I saw a tourist pull up her car in my street and noticed her perplexity. Being a good Samaritan, I thought I would approach her and soya the way.
  • I felt soba-d for bunking today’s classes, I borrowed notes from a classmate right away.
  • “Your friends do not talk to you because unagi,” Leonard told Sheldon in the zillionth episode of The Big Bang Theory.
  • Sarah and Harry and planned a ramentic get away for the weekend.
  • In a garden full of pho-get me nots, I would still remember these Japanese puns and giggle.
  • Sarah and Harry wore matcha tshirts for Valentine’s Day and planned a ramentic getaway.
  • Udon know how much I have been waiting for this well-deserved weekend, I can finally pho-get about working and relax.
  • Sarah found it difficult to samurais her notes just before the exam, and it made her nervous.
  • “Salmon just canceled their reservation at the fancy restaurant, so we can go pho-ward with the date, if you want,” Harry said to Sarah, with visible twinkles in his eyes.
  • “I tried to taku to him, but he won’t pick up my calls,” Sarah said, worried about the fight she had with her friend.
  • Udon think I have visited that new Japanese food outlet in the neighborhood.

Japanese Jokes

I matcha ask you, are you finding these Japanese puns silly? How about a few more, because this list of Japanese puns is surely going to be your koto when attempting to make people laugh. Dango, read, enjoy, and let’s taku ’bout Japanese puns.

  • What did the Japanese man say to his girlfriend? “I love you very matcha.”
  • What did the Japanese man say to his girlfriend? “I love you very, mochi.”
  • What did the Japanese man say to his girlfriend? “I matcha tell you, I am soy into you.”
  • What did the Japanese man say to his girlfriend? “Let’s taku ’bout how awesome you are.”
  • What did the Japanese man say to his girlfriend? “Let’s taku ’bout you and me.”
  • What did the Japanese man say to his girlfriend? “Let’s taku ’bout getting together.”
  • What did the Japanese man say to his girlfriend? “You taku my breath away.”
  • What did the Japanese man say to his girlfriend? “Can I taku to a dance?”
  • What did the Japanese man say to his girlfriend? “I love you roe much.”
  • What did the Japanese man say to his girlfriend? “Will you taku a piece of my heart?”
  • What did the Japanese man say to his girlfriend? “Won’t we make a spec-taku-lar couple?”
  • What did the Japanese man say to his girlfriend? “You mean so mochi to me.”
  • What did the Japanese man say to his girlfriend? “You mean so matcha to me.”
  • What did the Japanese man say to his girlfriend? “You mean so much sumi!”
  • What did the Japanese man say to his girlfriend? “You are my koto person.”
  • What did the Japanese man say to his girlfriend? “I can koto huge lengths for you.”
  • What did the Japanese man say to his girlfriend? “Please, dango, I can cook sushi for you.”
  • What did the Japanese man say to his girlfriend? “You are the one pho me.”
  • What did the Japanese man say to his girlfriend? “One cannot samurais my love for you.”
  • What did the Japanese man say to his girlfriend? “Only you have the power to make miso happy.”
  • What did the Japanese man say to his girlfriend? “Can we taku ’bout how matcha I adore you?”
  • What did the Japanese man say to his girlfriend? “Udon know how much I am in love with you.”
  • What did the Japanese man say to his girlfriend? “Let’s taku ‘bout how fantas-taku you are.”
  • What did the Japanese man say to his girlfriend? “Let’s taku ‘bout how spec-taku-lar you are.”
  • What did the Japanese man say to his girlfriend? “I love you roe much, you cannot even measure it.”
  • What did the Japanese man say to his Indian friend? “Udon know how much I miss my country.”
  • What did the confused Japanese man say to his friend? “What are you taku ’bout?”
  • What did the Japanese man say to his angry and dejected friend? “I just wanted to taku to you…”
  • What is a Japanese man’s favourite place to have Mexican food? Taku Bell.
  • How does a Japanese man talk with his long-distance Indian friend? They simply taku-ver the phone.
  • What did the Japanese thief say when he was trying to avoid the policeman’s confrontation? “I don’t know what you are taku ’bout.”
  • What did Sarah say after receiving the hilarious book of Japanese puns? “Thank you very mochi!”
  • What did the new kid in the class say to the person who barely came to class when he was asked who he was? “Udon know me.”
  • Why was Sarah limping? Because she sprained her anko.
  • What did Harry say when the chef at the restaurant asked him how the food was? “It is spec-taku-lar.”
  • What did the teacher say to Harry when he reached the class tardy? “I matcha ask you to reach class on time.”
  • What did one sushi say to another? “This is how we roll.”
  • What did one sushi say to another? “Wasabi?”
  • What did one sushi say to another? “It is so rice to meet you.”
  • What did Christina Perri say to the Japanese man? “Darling don’t be afraid I have loved you pho a thousand years, I’ll love you pho a thousand more.”
  • Why didn’t the sushi want to share its feelings with the tuna? Because it didn’t want to talk to salmon else.
  • Why couldn’t Sarah make it to her date with Harry at the Japanese food outlet? Because she had to be salmon else.
  • What did Sarah say after tasting the food at the Japanese restaurant? “This is o-fish-ally the best food in the tuna-verse.”
  • How did Harry propose to Sarah in the Japanese restaurant? By saying, “You are the only one pho me in the whole tuna-verse.”
  • Why did Sarah lose her job at the Japanese restaurant? Because she could not control her tempura and broke all of the cutlery.
  • Why did the sushi cross the road? Sushi could get to the other side of the road.
  • What did Sarah say to Harry when she spotted a bee? She screamed, “Wasabi!!”
  • Why couldn’t Sarah trust the sushi served at the new Japanese food outlet? Because it seemed fishy.
  • Why was Sarah not able to understand what the Japanese man was saying? Because he needed salmon who would understand his language.
  • Why was the sushi lonely? It wished it could be with salmon.

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