* Heimweh [ˈhaɪ̯mˌveː] (German) = longing to travel to a place where you feel at home and where you can be completely yourself.
* Heimee (Dutch) = longing to travel to a place where you feel at home and where you can be completely yourself.

My daughter has accepted an offer to a house of her own. She is 22 now, and it’s time to fly away from home. I left home when I was 21 years old. Now it’s time for her to spread her wings. I know she will not be homesick (heimwee).
Maybe Wanita and I will have heimwee for her.

In the series, extraordinary commercials, this one is from Lufthansa, and it’s theme is Heimweh. The film features the Inoue brothers Kiyoshi and Satoru on their personal journey, travelling to the place they call home. For more, go to http://ift.tt/2e5cgA5

The Inoue brothers, who grew up in Denmark, have always felt more connected to the country of their parents. It is their fascination with the relationship between humans and nature that leads them back to Japan and ultimately to a clearer sense of their identity. We follow them to Yakushima and Kagoshima. Here, they visit Sakurijama, the mystical volcano of their father’s bedtime stories. They subsequently launch an artisan ceramics line using volcanic ashes. Find out how exploring their family’s origins helps them reconnect with their heritage and how they revive the memories of their late father.

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