Translation:A warm wind blows.
I saw this sentence and thought it was a bit strange. But in the spring a warm wind blows in Japan. And I found the following. A child is reading poem. This poem seems to be adopted in one of the national language textbook of elementary school in Japan. It is around 28 seconds.
Because you're imagining it. There is no insect in there. It has an extra stroke. http://kanji-symbol.net/common/images/txt/nat0023-kai.gif
Yes!!! Sorry!! The word "chinook" has been used for a lot of things! It is the name of a very popular type of helicopter. It is also a type of dog. But maybe I can describe how a chinook feels! When you are standing outside and it's so cold, and there is still a little bit of snow on the ground in the early spring. Then a wind comes up and blows through the trees and it's warm - it makes me feel safe and comfortable. It makes me feel like I can go on an adventure through the mountains ... It is kind of hard to describe because I always think of certain explorers in American history that you may not know about! So what I feel when I think of "chinook" may seem silly to others ... But mostly, when I think of "chinook", I think of "home"!