This is a line from the Japanese poem "Iroha", dated back to the Heian era. It is unique because it contains every character of Japanese syllabary exactly once.  The name given to Japan by Marco Polo.  The word used here is "hikikomotte", which you might recognize as a verb form of "Hikikomori", using a modern term to reference the time Japan was closed off to the rest of the world.  The kanji given here is "kuni" meaning "country", but the pronunciation given is "hito" meaning "person".  As opposed to the first line of the song, which is in archaic Japanese, this line has a similar meaning in modern Japanese.
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