You lie down in the evening, and get stuck in your sheets.
The crown lies down at the most beautiful address.
You bring a stone to an address, and receive a porcelain bowl in return.
Twenty-one burdens hang on you.
Something hangs from the postbox in you wall. It's mail!
You get hooked in the mouth and are taken to a building with a flag in front of it. It's some kind of bureau.
You step on a bolt of cloth with horns. It wants you to obey it.
Threads obey gravity, hanging vertically.
If you walk into a sword, it will be difficult to leave the area.
You line up two lines with horns.
If your husband only drinks water and eats grass, you know he's Chinese.
If you put a crown on a child, it will ruin its character.
After orbiting twenty-one times around the sun, you're ancient.
Best borrow from a person who's ancient. With a bit of luck, there won't be an opportunity to pay them back.
You walk on the soil, see a sheep, and know there must be more.
Thread your way east to master the practice.
Nihon-shiki romanizationwatasi ha tyuugoku kara kimasita
Hepburn romanizationwatashi wa chuugoku kara kimashita