Romaji: Sakura and Kimigayo

Thomas Keyes

Senior Member
USA, English
1) Does anyone have Sakura, 2 or more stanzas, in Romaji? I want to check the lyrics.
2.) I know one stanza of Kimigayo, but it's so short. Are there more? If so can you post them in Romaji?
 
  • Thomas Keyes

    Senior Member
    USA, English
    Greetings, blu ice, Tagalog? But what about Japanese? SAKURA means CHERRY BLOSSOMS in Japanese, and KIMIGAYO is the national anthem of Japan. Do you have any information? What are the favorite traditional songs of the Philippines? By the way, I'm in Argentina right now.
     

    A.K

    Member
    Chile, Spanish
    Hi Thomas.
    As far as I know "kimi ga yo" has just one stanze.
    As for "sakura"... i don't know which song are u talking about ^^;;
     

    toscairn

    Banned
    Japan
    Thomas Keyes said:
    1) Does anyone have Sakura, 2 or more stanzas, in Romaji? I want to check the lyrics.
    2.) I know one stanza of Kimigayo, but it's so short. Are there more? If so can you post them in Romaji?
    Let's see if I remember Kimigayo correctly.

    Kimigayo wa (Your reign)
    Chiyoni yachiyoni (forever)
    sazare ishi no (stones in rivers)
    iwaoto narite (become the sound of)
    kokeno musu made (until moss forms)

    sakura

    さくら さくら
    やよいの空は
    見わたすかぎり
    かすみか雲か
    匂いぞ(においぞ)
    出ずる(いずる)
    いざや いざや
    見にゆかん

    sakura sakura
    yayoi no sora wa
    miwatasu kagiri
    kasumika kumoka
    nioizo izuru
    izaya izaya miniyukan

    I think there are some song titles called "sakura," so I'm not sure what I wrote is what you want to know.
     
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