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“As a marketing line, there was one problem with the phrase kokoro no kaze: the metaphor lacked a sense of urgency about the condition.”
“The new name combines kokoro, the Japanese word for soul, with a word Mr. Suviala says he noticed on a distinctive restaurant sign in Norway, where one of the chefs is named Moi.”
“Meiji was among the first users of the phrase kokoro no kaze common cold of the soul.”
“Date Picture Taken: Nov 15, 2007, 12: 28: 25 PM. kokoro, meaning heart, soul, mind and spirit”
“While Nobu distinctively blends traditional Japanese cuisine with Peruvian influences, he is also renowned for creating food that reflects his "kokoro," or heart.”
“He said that Taro was suffering from kokoro no yami—darkness of the heart.”
“Depression, they repeated in advertising and promotional material, was kokoro no kaze, like “a cold of the soul.””
“Whatever its origin, the line kokoro no kaze appealed to the drug marketers, as it effectively shouldered three messages at the same time.”
“Note that the buzzword for the suicide prevention methods is こころの健康づくり, kokoro no kenkou-zukuri, literally translated as building a healthy heart.”
“Chikatta yakusoku wo hatashi ni maifurita yuki kokoro kara tataeru yo when you were still an angel that promies you made came down to fulfill”
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