“Oooh, such a clean river. It’s the first time I’ve seen a river this clean.” “Is that so? I thought it’s pretty normal for a river…” The morning on the day after rain fell on the village. Kazura and Valletta arrived at the river where the villagers would draw water from. The road to the… Continue reading Chapter 7 – Waterwheel and Canned Peaches
The needle on Kazura’s wristwatch is pointing to 1 o’clock when the emergency feeding finally ended, and the villagers were divided into those who were helping with the cleanup and those who were helping sort through the rice and salt. While the villagers were working in relative peace, Kazura put forward a proposal to the… Continue reading Chapter 6 – Fortunate Rain
After having finished giving milk powder to all the babies in the village (we left a can of milk powder and a baby bottle at each house after explaining how to use them), and having finished the monumental task of giving the sick villagers Lipo-D to drink, the two of us went back to the… Continue reading Chapter 5 – The Ravages of War
“So, sorry, I was so relieved by Kazura-san’s answer”. “No no, It’s been hard hasn’t it? It’s just like cutting a tense cord”. After the sobbing Valletta had calmed down somewhat, Kazura stood up with a “well then..” Now that he knew there were people dying of malnutrition, it was not the time to be… Continue reading Chapter 4 – At The Village, Part 3
“Father, drink this and you’ll be fine. Hold on and drink” Valletta propped up her father who was groaning painfully, and put the medicine she got from Kazura (antacids and antipyretic painkilling pills) and water into his mouth. While coughing, her father somehow managed to swallow the medicine.
“This is awesome. I wonder how it works”, Kazura murmured, with one side of his face in the tatami-matted room and the other in the stone passage. Incidentally, he had spread a tarp in the tatami-matted space bordering the stone passage so he can walk with his shoes on. What was currently seen by Kazura’s… Continue reading Chapter 2 – At The Village, Part 1
Lotteries, I wonder if you know of such things. In my country, Japan, the small ones can earn you 100 000 yen, and the big ones can earn you several hundreds of millions of yen, with low probability There are so many lucky billionaires produced each year, but lucky ones such as them were probably… Continue reading Chapter 1 – The Good Stuff