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“She who gives birth to triplets cannot ask for a third breast.”
“Cleanliness makes it easier to see the details.”
Ni usagi wo ou mono wa ichi usagi wo mo ezu.
“One who chases after two hares won’t catch even one.”
“The Body is Tortured Only by the Demon of the Heart.”
“If music be the food of love, play on.”
“No road is too long in the company of a friend.”
“My first thought in the morning is always you.”
“It’s not true I had nothing on, I had the radio on.”
Bijin wa iwanedo, kakure nashi.
“Though a beautiful woman does not say anything, she cannot be hidden.”
“Happiness is to hold flowers in both hands.”
“The best way to a fisherman’s heart is through his fly.”
“It was a woman who drove me to drink, and I never had the courtesy to thank her for it!”
“Keep a tree green in your heart and perhaps a singing bird will come.”
“It’s better to have your umbrella before getting wet!”
“Fragrance of the spirit before fragrance of tea.”
( When a guest comes to visit, hospitality and kindness is more important than the tea that you offer.)
“What is good is not necessarily beautiful.”
“Those Who Play The Game Do Not See As Clearly As Those Who Watch!”
“My best friend is a person who will give me a book I have not read.”
“Happiness spring — cleans the heart!”
“When you have children yourself, you begin to understand what you owe your parents.”
“Dancing is a perpendicular expression of a horizontal desire.”
George Bernard Shaw
“The Face Becomes the Mirror of the Soul”
“The Japanese say, If the flower is to be beautiful, it must be cultivated.”
“A beautiful woman does not have a fortunate life.”
The Yomeimon Gate is located at the Nikko Tosho-gu Shinto Shrine in Nikko, Tochigi Prefecture, Japan. Tosho-gu is dedicated to Tokugawa Ieyasu, the founder of the Tokugawa shogunate. Known also as the higurashi-no-mon, it is said that one could look at the gate until sundown and not tire of seeing it.
Watashi wa, utsukushii mono wa nan demo suki na no.
“I admire all that is beautiful.”
“Each day you can admire the moon, the snow and the flowers.” Ja ne…..
“The best part of beauty is that which no picture can express.”
This vintage wartime photo shows a man posing outside, holding his “Good Luck Flag” or Hinomaru Yosegaki. The signed flag or hata is suspended from a wooden pole. Notice in particular, the thick, bold vertical kanji ideograms that are positioned closest to the round, red sun. This popular wartime slogan says, Buun Chokyu or “May Your Military Fortunes Be Long Lasting”. The vertical line of characters in the center give the name of the man who owns the flag. Mata ne……