You take your measurements by using one hook, which contains a dot for every centimeter.
Temples are built on soil with precise measurement.
You can tell the time because the the sun casts its light on the sundial next to the temple.
Animal legs, once met by a sword, are separated parts.
Two horns are too many, so you draw a line through them to split them in half.
You see some small animals walking on hooks instead of legs.
You visit a peace ceremony in which everyone bends their spear such that it becomes useless.
When bent, a spear is only a fifth as effective.
A dog is only one fifth the size of a human.
You stop next to a small dog and ask him what age he is.
|隹 component||small bird|
|曜||day of the week|
Every day of the week, the sun watches yo-yo tricks by a small bird.
Soon, a horned person will arrive, and everything will be on fire.
Nihon-shiki romanizationwatasi ha tyuugoku kara kimasita
Hepburn romanizationwatashi wa chuugoku kara kimashita