Daikai o ashirau toki wa oyubi o
kata ni kakeru zo narai narikeru
When handling a daikai chaire, the rule is to place your thumb on its shoulder.
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Thank you for another interesting episode. It sounded to me like the Japanese audio of the poem of the week did not match up with the English translation in the episode or what is posted above. The Japanese beings with “Bunrin ya Nasu Marutsubo Daikai wa soko ni yubi wo ba kakete koso mote.” Its meaning is something along the lines of “When handling bunrin, nasu, marutsubo and daikai chaire, hold them WITH your finger on the bottom.”
Thank you for letting us know.
We made a mistake when recording/editing the episode. The reading of the poem does not match the poem we talked about. We will update the audiofile with the correct reading. Please forgive our mistake.
Hi there! I discovered this podcast a while ago and have been trying to catch up. Unfortunately this episode is not available for download (error 404). Is there any chance for a reupload?
Thanks in advance!
Thank you for letting us know of the problem, should be fixed now.
It is! Awesome, thank you! 😀