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Stay Home, That's Why We're Connected

Stay Home. Refrain from going out of the house if it is not needed. Voluntary restraint of action. I don't even see my friends or acquaintances. Like many of you, I live like that every day. My style of work is to move and connect. But I can't go to Indonesia or Fukushima, so I'm spending time with my family at home in Tokyo. Fortunately, there are azaleas and other flowers in bloom in my garden right now, which is very relaxing. In the midst of all this, we received a request for additional rice from the Naruko Rice Project, which we have always been indebted to.

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