My brother Seina!

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(This is a blog translated into English using chat GPT)

Seina was born when I was in high school, and he and his wife Chinacchan just came back home after about four years!

“Welcome back!” Last time Chinacchan came home with him was four years ago, and on the last day, they got married in Shimanto City.

At night, we went to “Wakamatsu,” which is a restaurant that the Ohtsuka family loves, because Seina wanted to eat delicious Shimanto food.

You can eat all kinds of local seafood, including sashimi, salt-grilled fish, river shrimp, and tempura with green vegetables.

Seina said he never thought sashimi or tataki was particularly delicious because he ate it all the time when he was a kid, but now that he’s an adult and hasn’t had it in a while, he thinks it’s really good! I’ve realized the same thing every time I came back home as an adult.

Yesterday happened to be dad’s birthday, so we prepared a surprise cake (apple pie) and sang Happy Birthday together! Dad seemed really happy and surprised. It was great that three out of four siblings could celebrate together like this. We want to make it happen with the whole family when Manachan’s family also joins next time!

We had delicious food, drinks, and lots of family members, and had a fun, enjoyable night with lively conversations. Most importantly, our dad seemed really happy. Having a big family is really great.

The weather will be perfect starting tomorrow, so I’m going to show Chinacchan around some tourist spots! We haven’t done that in a while because of COVID, so I’m really happy to be able to do it again.

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I live in the beautiful prefecture of Kochi, Japan. I’m married to a cheeky Australian and we have an energetic young boy. I’m interested in family time and enjoying nature.