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How would you say "pour your heart out" in Japanese? Is there a phrase for this?

As in "I poured my heart and soul out to you".

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    Could you give an example how would you like to use this phrase? – macraf Dec 7 '15 at 10:42
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I'm not sure there is an exact match, but these come close:

  • ありのままの自分を見せる
    show my true, bare self
  • 自分をさらけ出す
    lay myself bare
  • 気持ちを包み隠さず話す
    confess my true feelings

I hesitate to use the word 心, especially if you plan on saying this to someone in real life. But if you don't mind sounding like a maudlin love song, you can replace the 自分 or 気持ち in the above phrases with .

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