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Local caterpillars

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This morning, I ate the eggs I received yesterday!

I suppose I really had to go with tamago kake gohan here.

After I finished eating, I was all「I wish I had taken a photo!」and regretted it…

But since I still had the egg itself I took a picture of that instead.

The one on the right is a normal egg, and the one on the left is the Silkie egg.

Compared to the normal egg, the Silkie egg is a little smaller.

Anyway to get back on topic, I cracked the egg over cooked rice, put the soy sauce I bought in Nagasaki, and it was really delicious!

As I am from Nagasaki, I guess I still like things from Nagasaki the best :kirakira:

Next should be an omelette♪ Maybe I’ll fry it with bacon, it’d be great :kirakira:

On a different note, I went to the park to meet my friend before heading to lunch together.

I didn’t think there was going to be anything interesting, but as I was walking something fell in front of me and I had a bad feeling about it.

When I took a closer look, no, I didn’t even have to look closely to see that it was something like a hairy caterpillar… :aseru:

I decided to wait for my friend somewhere else.

I haven’t seen many caterpillars since coming to Tokyo, so I wasn’t prepared for this sudden appearance and was quite shocked.

I thought about it while I was waiting, but when I was in Nagasaki, the caterpillars we see every year could be either red, or black or yellow or even colorful, but the ones in the city are grey, so I realized that there were different types based on location.

By the way when I saw caterpillars previously, I used to think they were cute like Nyacki (Nyacki! If you don’t know it please look it up — it’s an anime character).

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