Plotting the net it is easy to come across the word: “Nankurunaisa” and in dozens of translations according to which in Japanese it would mean: “In time everything is settled” or “If you make the right choices, everything will be fine”.

It is a phrase, more than a word, and it is a dialectal expression of Okinawa (a language that can be considered Japanese as it is legitimate to consider Italian a phrase in Neapolitan) that is written: “Nankuru nai sa“; its meaning is quite different from what is generally attributed to it and broadly means “somehow it will go“.

Although dialectal “Nankuru nai sa” is an expression that has become very popular in Japan and is often used in songs, on TV or in cinema or cartoons.

(this article is Google Translated from the original italian)

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