I'm a 1st year senior highschool student in Japan and have lived here for about two years.

Sometimes when I'm with my friends they don't talk or look at me as if I don't exist and I ask myself if I did something wrong. I've always been nice to them even up to this day. So that's why I asked one of my friends if I did something wrong to him/them in the past (and if I did I would be willing to say sorry).

He asked my why I was asking this kind of question and said that I'm just misunderstanding. So I want to say to him "Something doesn't really feel right at all". What would be the best way to express this in Japanese?

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    Also, we usually require to give your own translation attempt. You can see if a search in a phrase dictionary (e.g. eow.alc.co.jp/search?q=not+feel+right) already answers your question.
    – Earthliŋ
    Sep 9, 2016 at 11:05
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    @Earthliŋ Argh you beat me to the edit.
    – Flaw
    Sep 9, 2016 at 12:14

1 Answer 1


Here are some options:

変な雰囲気を感じる。(I feel a strange atmosphere)
空気が読みにくい。(The atmosphere is hard to read)
何かおかしい。(Something is wrong)

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