She's leading a happy life with her husband near the sea in Kamakura.
Iron not used soon rusts.
Kamakura is a place noted in connection with the Genji family.
I have lived in Kamakura for twelve years.
Which train takes us to Kamakura?
The cross-eyed person cut the grass with a scythe
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