I would like to say the following in Japanese: contact, contact me and email here. Would the following suffice:

"Contact" as in: contact:abc@mail.com. Is it simply: コンタック / Kontakku ?

Contact Me as in contact me:abc@mail.com. Would it be Watashi ni renraku shite is there a simpler way to say this?

Email Here as in email here:abc@mail.com メールはこちら / Mēru wa kochira

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    Can you give some context? This seems very vague to me. Is this one a web page somewhere? In a mobile app? On a piece of paper? Are you using them as a form? In complete sentences?
    – istrasci
    Sep 5 '18 at 22:17
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    As an English speaker, the phrases Email Here and Contact me come off as slightly unnatural and almost desperate. Maybe it's just me. I think that it would be a lot more clear if you did the following: Email: abc@mail.com It all depends on context though. Are you putting this on a business card? Or, is it for more personal reasons?
    – ajsmart
    Sep 6 '18 at 12:41
  • No, not for a business card, website or app, just a general question was wondering what the best way would be to write those phrases if you had to.
    – Andy R
    Sep 13 '18 at 9:08

This really matters on the context, but below I have provided two examples.

The best way to get it across in a business setting would be:

こちらに連絡(れんらく)してください。(Kochira ni Renraku shitekudasai.)


If it is casual, just a simple:


Would work great.

I hope this helped! Please notify me if clarification would be needed.


The following should suffice:




There is no such word as コンタック.
連絡{れんらく} is used usually for phone calls.
メールはこちら is OK.
You could also say メールアドレス.

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