I've been reading a book and met a phrase I don't understand. I have translated it like that:


It seems to a degree of being there for one hour frequently, but when it comes to meeting the human being who lives there, it seems to be nostalgic.

But what I'm not sure about is the [一時期繁く] part. What exactly frequency is that? Is it translated as "every one hour"?

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    That is two separate words, 一時期 and 繁く. – l'électeur Jun 27 '19 at 7:18
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    I think 一時期 doesn't mean "one hour", but "for some time (in the past)". That'd also fit 通う better, as it means "go there" rather than "be there". – user22701 Jun 27 '19 at 8:46
  • Thank you very much for your answers. I think I understand better now. – Alex Jun 28 '19 at 8:14

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