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Ashita wa Ashita no Kaze ga Fuku

Last update January 5, 2020


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Tomorrow's wind blows differently.

Ashita wa Ashita no Kaze ga Fuku


Words: 明日 Ashita = tomorrow / wa = ablative joshi particle / 明日 Ashita = tomorrow / no = genitive joshi particle / Kaze = wind / ga = nominative joshi particle / 吹く Fuku = blow

Pronunciation: [ah-she-tah-wah-ah-she-tah-noh-kah-zeh-gah-foo-coo] 

English Equivalent: Tomorrow will take care of itself. / Tomorrow is another day.

Notes: There's no point in worrying over things, since tomorrow the wind blows differently, from a different direction.