Sinoda section manager's rice picture diary

Theres a TV programme on NHK called​ ​​ ​​ ​​ ​Sarameshi, that features rice farmers and salarymen, describing a variety of work worldwide through the medium of rice. It’s interesting and fun to see the rice of people.​ ​
In this particular episode, a department head of a travel company kept a diary of what he ate each day. his diary has become a​ ​I bought the book​ ​​ ​and makes for fun book.​ ​
​ ​It’s getting better, or would that be an overstatement, as if like Sano Kappa? Although clearly linked to the authors life not just his work, the witty approach gives the book a sense of light-heartedness. Although the details of familiar shops and work places aren’t described there is a description of the ‘Motsu-nabe’ (hot pot) shop ‘Rakuten-chi’ in Fukuoka, which I love! Even though just a picture, I know the diary is trustworthy.


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