Japanese Pronouns

Japanese Pronouns 
I, You, He, She, They, My, This, That

Personal Pronouns

First Person Pronouns

The following words can be used to say “I” in Japanese:

watashi わたし

The above are the most common, but there are other first pronouns too.
Second Person Pronouns
The following words can be used to say “you” in Japanese:

anata あなた

There are immense differences between the words above.

Third Person Pronouns

The following word can be used to say “he” in Japanese:

kare 彼

And this is how you’d say “she” in Japanese:

kanojo 彼女

Demonstrative Pronouns

This, that, here, there, etc. in Japanese are expressed through the kosoado kotoba.
This, That, What

To say the nouns “this,” “that,” and “what” in Japanese:

kore これ
sore それ
are あれ
dore どれ

To say the adjectives “this,” “that,” and “what” in Japanese:

kono この
sono その
ano あの
dono どの

There are certain Japanese words like kou こう, konna こんあ, kochira こちら, and others. that also mean “this,” “that,” and “what,” each with a different nuance. See kosoado kotoba for details.
Here, There, Where

To say “this,” “there,” and “where” in Japanese:

koko ここ
soko そこ
asoko あそこ
doko どこ

Plural Pronouns

In Japanese, plurals don’t work the same way they do in English. In particular, Japanese has the so-called pluralizing suffixes tachi たち and ra ら, which can be combined with pronouns to form plural pronouns.

 

To say “we” in Japanese:
watashitachi 私たち

To say “they” in Japanese:

karera 彼ら
They. (he and the others)

kanojotachi 彼女たち
They. (she and the others)

 

 

To say “these” and “those” in Japanese:

korera これら
sorera それら