See no evil, hear no evil, speak no evil. In Japanese, it is: 見ざる、聞かざる、言わざる mizaru, kikazaru, iwazaru. Don't see, don't hear, don't say.
The three monkeys are called "sanzaru." There is a hidden pun in each of the sayings. The -zaru ending is an old form of -nai which is the negative and means "not." In Japanese, "saru" is monkey (the "z" in zaru is a sound change after certain sounds).
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