Dewa; Then and And and Now and Bye. | ELICA MIWA's IKI 三輪えり花の息
"DeWa" means "then" in Japanese. But Japanese people quite often use it when they ask for leave. They also use it for "now" as in "Now we start". In rehearsals, the director commands to reprise the scene by saying "DeWa" ("Now, please start"). In eating, you say "DeWa" to start. DeWa.Another little word.But strong word.It starts things.
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