Monday, September 14, 2009

"Rigth Place" by Kosai Sekine Transcript 骨 肉

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Discovered Kosai Sekine at @turtlejp 's Musings of the Digital Turtle blog.



Boku wa hitori skoshi kawatteiru
  • hitori ひとり一人】(one, single) person
  • skoshi すこし - little bit
  • kawatteiru かわっている変わっている】- different
Dakara umakuikanai toki mo aru
  • dakara だから so, therefore
  • umakuiku うまくいく to go smoothly
  • umakuikanaiうまくいかない to go badly
  • tokidoki ときどき時々 sometimes
  • toki mo aru ときもある - there are times
Demo, boku wa sore wa fua motto wasuraushinai
  • fuwa ふわ不和 disharmony
  • motto もっと more
  • wasurau わずらう煩う to worry about
  • wasuraushinai わずらうしない not to worry about
Nazenara
  • なぜなら何故なら because
Boku no ma ori no subete no mono ni tadashi ichi ga aru yo ne
  • true/truth
  • ori おり oppotumity
  • subete すべて every(thing)
  • mono もの thing
  • tadashi ただし however
  • ichi いち one
  • aru ある there is
  • ne ね isn't it?
Kono sekai no toko nakaniwa
Boku jishi ni totte mo tadashi ichi ga ru hatsu takara
  • kono この this
  • sekai せかい world
  • toko とこ place
  • nakaniwa なかには中には】some
  • bokujishi ぼくじし me (respectfully) ???
  • totte とって for
  • tadashi ただし however
  • ichi いち me
  • aru ある is
  • hatsu はつ first
  • takara たから that's why
Sou, kono sekai no toko nakaniwa

Boku wa sore wa shinjite ru
  • sore それ that
  • shinji しんじ神事 miracle
  • shinjite しんじて信じて】+る beleive in


The katakana part below kanji means スタッフ神事 staff member.

The first kanji is a combination of a non general use character that means "thorn", combined with "woman" and "stop". The thorn=spine here, stop feels in place too. However, I'm not 100% sure what the first kanji combination means together because of the "woman" occurence. Please leave a comment below if you know...

  • bone; skeleton; remains; frame
  • コツ kotsu
  • ほね hone
The upper part is "skull and vertebrae" and means "bones".
The lower part:

  • meat, flesh
  • ニク miku
  • *
Together they make "the bone that carries flesh", "skeleton".

1 comment:

  1. Its 整骨 (Seikotsu) which means 'Osteopath.'

    This Kanji:整 (grade 3 “Kyōiku” kanji)
    means: orderly, neat, tidy, whole or integer.

    Readings–
    On: せい (sei)
    Kun: ととのえる (totonoeru), ととのう (totonou)

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