Sayonara - Different ways to say goodbye in Japanese

Many imagine that the main way to say goodbye in Japanese is sayonara. This is a big mistake! The Japanese don't use sayonara daily! Sayonara Means Goodbye, do you often say Goodbye? 

Jyane and Matane are more common and informal ways of saying goodbye in Japanese. The two words mean something like see you later, there are many variations in the way of using this expression that can make it more formal or more informal. 

Jyaa – Until;  Jyaa ne – See you later;  Mata ne – See you later;  Jyaa mata – See you later;  Kills act of – Until later; Mata kondo – See you soon;  Kill me - See you later

Ittekimasu and Itterashai are used indoors when someone leaves or returns, it's like saying:  I'm leaving... and the person who stays says: Go in peace / Go your way well, go carefully, come back soon…