Everybody loves love. So it can never hurt to learn more ways to say it. And if you're lucky enough to live in Japan, you can learn as many as 47 different ways to say "I love you."

Every one of Japan's 47 prefectures has its own unique way of saying "I love you." So a new video series from the cosmetics company Shiseido shows all of these distinct ways to say "I love you' in Japanese. 

There are five "I love you" videos in total, and each person appears in front of the camera to declare their love for that special someone, family member, friend and even their dog:

Toyama: Suki ya cha

Yamagata: Honten daisuki da kan na

Fukushima: Suki da

Aomori: Tangen da ba daisuki da yo

Fukui: Daisuki ya zo

Hokkaido: Namara suki dassho

Iwate: Zutto daisugi da sukai

Akita: Suttage suki da

Ishikawa: Suki yay o

Miyagi: Suki desu

Tokyo: Daisuki

Nagano: Daisuki da yo

Niigata: Daisuki da kan na

Saitama: Eree suki nan yo

Gunma: Nakkara daisuki nan sa nen

Ibaraki: Daisuki de shaanme

Yamanashi: Daisukkitsukon

Tochigi: Honto daisuki da yo

Chiba: Daisuki

Kanagawa: Daisuki

Aichi: Dera suki ya ni

Shizuoka: Bakka suki da

Hyogo: Meccha suki ya de

Osaka: Meccha daisuki ya de

Nara: Honma suki ya de]

Shiga: Daisuki ya de

Gifu: Meccha suki ya yo

Kyoto: Honma ni suki ya de

Mie: Meccha suki ya de

Wakayama: Meccha suki ya de

Hiroshima: Bari daisuki jake

Tottori: Meccha suki

Tokushima: Honma ni daisuki ya ken

Kochi: Kojanto suki yaki

Ehime: Daisuki yakken

Kagawa: Suitoru ken

Shimane: Daisuki da ken

Yamaguchi: Buchi suki jakee

Okayama: Deeree suki jaken

Kumamoto: Daisuki bai

Okinawa: Deeji daisuki saa

Fukuoka: Bari suitoo yo

Miyazaki: Deke suki yaccha ken

Kagoshima: Wazzee sujjadoo

Nagasaki: Suki bai

Saga: Gabai suitoo yo

Oita: Zutto zutto daisuki bai

It's amazing to see how each cultural region has its own take on the phrase and how much dialect can differ within the same nation.