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It is sometimes difficult to translate the “feeling” of the expression of words or erase to other language.

This time, “tanabiku” in Japanese used the cloud hanging at a certain altitude thou, there are so many scenery described using the word “tanabiku” in Japanese literature especially over the horizon. While "Tana" means "shelf", This may be "Shelf cloud".

I wonder how is the cloud like this remembered in Amis cultural tradition.

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