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    Сакура-Катана-Сакэ

    Does anybody know what these phrases mean?

    Сакура-Катана-Сакэ
    This sounds Japanese to me. (Cherry tree, sword, saki)

    К Малой Бронной
    Какая разница, умереть богатым или бедным?

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    Re: Сакура-Катана-Сакэ

    > Сакура-Катана-Сакэ
    > This sounds Japanese to me. (Cherry tree, sword, saki)
    Yes, they are Japanese. And this phrase has no special meaning in Russian, just an enumeration I think.

    Малая Бронная is a street in Moscow.

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