Nagi
Do you understand "Dawn of Karuizawa Modern" "Dawn of Modern Karuizawa" or others? It is kind of a catchphrase which means that the start of modern age in KARUIZAWA CITY, like that. I think "Dawn of Modern Karuizawa" would be better than above. Do you get that meaning, or is it weird as a English phrases?
Aug 15, 2018 10:57 AM
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In English, the adjective always comes before the noun it modifies, unless you're saying something like Karuizawa is modern.
August 15, 2018
"Dawn of Modern Karuizawa" makes more sense (assuming the listener knows what Karuizawa is)
August 15, 2018
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