Am I too deep with "daisuki"


New Member
English - New Zealand
New member here, new to forums as well, so if it needs to be moved please do so...

I just got involved with a Japanese girl (24), and after 3 dates she's using the word 'daisuki' (we are both in Japan). Before I say anything too stupid and mess things up, I can't tell if she just really likes me, or I'm in the 'I love you' territory.

  • DaylightDelight

    Senior Member
    Japanese - Tokyo
    That's a difficult one -- I mean, that is not a language problem.
    Daisuki can mean anywhere between "mildly attracted" and "head over heals in love", depending on the context and the character.
    Sorry if it is not much of a help, but I think you just have to know her better.
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