I'm pretty sure that you actually meant arigatou gozaimasu. It does actually mean Thank You! but in Japanese ;) that's how you write it by the way:
If you would like to know how to say thank you in Chinese I can gladly help you. So, the word, written in Pinyin (chinese language transcription for latin alphabet) and in Hanzi(chinese characters) looks like this:
The apostrophe aboveeshows which tone should be used to pronounce this syllable. There are three tones plus the neutral one in Chinese.
Rising tone :: é High tone :: ē Dropping tone :: è Neutral tone :: e
It's hard to explain well how it works and it's not exactly the key-point for this question. In order to understand how to read it, I suggest trying this dictionary, it's got the pronounciation as well:
I hope it helps :)