Ame futte ji katamaru is often said to the bride and groom on their wedding day. In addition to meaning that bad experiences may actually be good, the expression admonishes young newlyweds that, for better or for worse, the ties that bind are strengthened through tough times.
A: Kekkon seikatsu wa mochiron barairo no koto bakari dewa nai deshoo. Ame futte ji katamaru to iwaremasu yooni jinsei no kuroo o wakeatte suenagaku oshiawase ni.
A: Married life will not always be rosy. But as the saying “Rain firms the ground” goes, I hope you will enjoy a happy and long relationship as you share the hardships of life.