Rice,it is important to Japanese.
Rice husks that protect the rice from the violence of nature.
Next time get people wrapped up.
Someday, let's have it returned to the soil.
Until then, just entertain me a little.

“Tobi-niwa” is a generic term for the Japanese sensibilities of cutting out nature into squares, such as rice fields and tsubo-niea gardens, and expressing it in the air.

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