How to say you are quitting your job in Japanese

Learn Japanese-How to say you are quitting your job in Japanese

When I told my boss that I am retiring, my voice was trembling and I was a little nervous. (笑).Its really nervous and scary when it s time to tell the  boss about leaving the company.And if you are foreigner working in Japan and it s more difficult to provide every description about quitting job .WHY?WHEN?What do yo want to do next?etc etc.

To learn what to say when you are quitting a job in Japan

In today` s topics we will talk about 3 patterns “How to say it in Japanese.”

First, let’s understand the boss’s psychological condition before thinking about what to say when you leave the business. And if you receive an uneven query or response, be ready to give the best answer. You have to inform your boss first of all that you want to leave the company. Because the boss must report to the management “you are leaving”.

Of course, your Boss will also get nervous when you tell your boss about you are quitting. You have to explain properly why you are quitting. Let’s follow these steps instead of telling your boss that we want to stop suddenly.

step 1. Make an appointment when the boss is not busy.

step 2.Let s talk about the main subject.


boy explaining about quitting job to his boss

In this way let`s make up an appointment to talk with your boss slowly.


Let s start with お忙し所申し訳ありません、お時間作っていただきありがとうございます。(Thank you for making time)

boy explaining about quitting job to his boss

And let’s talk from the main point. while giving a conclusion please use word like “thank you” and “sorry”.

How do you say it in Japanese? It is a little bit long but I will give you a full description with hiragana, kanji, and romaji. Pls, comment below if you want to ask anything.

For example, i want to work in IT related company. So how do I tell my boss that I am quitting my job because I want to work in an IT company? Here it goes

boy explaining about quitting job to his boss

“I will immediately enter the subject. I would like to leave the company. I’m very sorry because I’m always indebted, but I’m interested in the IT field. So I would like to quit the company and starts a new challenge.”

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