Japanese onomatopoeia for “TSK!”?

I am looking for a japanese onomatopoeia for "tsk!"

That sound expressing disappointment: a word used in writing to represent a sucking or clicking sound that people make to express disappointment, disgust, or sympathy. it's the noise you make by pressing your tongue against the roof of your mouth and the back of the top front teeth, and then suddenly pulling your tongue back, away from your teeth and the roof of your mouth.

Sometimes more likely they're just teasing you in a good-natured way, and pretending that they don't approve of something!

tsk [pronounced as an alveolar click; spelling pronunciation tisk] - interjection


(used, often in quick repetition, as an exclamation of contempt, disdain, impatience, etc.)


for shame!

Please if you know how can i write that onomatopoeia in japanese please tell me!

Domo Arigatou!!

3 Answers

  • I think it's チッ as already said.

  • Tsk Japan

  • I think it's equivarent to チェッ (Che ! ) or チッ (Chi !).

    Onomatopoeia for tut-tutting.

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