Takuma, I’m not going to change my mind. I don’t want to have a wedding!
But it’s too late to cancel it. We’ve made all the arrangements. We have to go through with it.
All my life, I’ve dreamed about wearing a wedding dress. But it doesn’t feel right.
Have you talked to your mother?
Yes. She says she’s looking forward to the day.
Kelly, we’ll get through this and have a wonderful wedding.
Hi, Raj. What are you doing? You’re just staring out the window.
Oh, hi, Sheena. I was just thinking about my days in Tokyo. I miss Japan.
You had a good time there?
Yes, I want to go back someday.
From what I hear, it’s very different from life in India.
Oh, yes, quite different. One thing is that many Japanese people can’t tell good Indian food from bad Indian food.
And Japanese curry is quite different from ours, isn’t it?
Hi, is this the shogi club room?
Yes, come in. Do you want to join our club?
I’m thinking about it. My name is Linda.
I’m Sota, the president of this club.
I know. I think you know Masaya. He’s a friend of mine.
Yes, I do. We’re in the same P.E. class.
I saw the list of rules on the club’s web page. No dating among club members?
Right. That’s rule number 1.
Ms. Stravinsky! What a surprise!
I heard Amy playing the piano from outside. She’s improved.
Well, it’s all due to your lessons. She loves the piano.
I’m so happy to hear that.
How thoughtless of me! Please come inside. What’s that you’re carrying?
A present. I went to Vienna.
Vienna! I’ve dreamed of going there.
Open it, please.
A chocolate cake?
Yes, it’s a specialty of Vienna.
Oh, that’s so kind of you.
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Do you happen to know any good sushi bars?
Of course! Who do you think I am?
I’ve been living in Japan for many years. So I can tell good sushi from bad sushi.
Hi. Why didn’t you give me a call? What are you doing?
I’m so sorry. I completely forgot. I bumped into an old friend of mine after work, and we’re having a drink together now.
It will never happen again, I promise.