After Yuki invited Totoko over for a meal since she had made too much food, we finally saw them introduce each other.
Yuki invited Totoko to her apartment for a meal since she had made too much, and Totoko came over. As expected, Yuki seems to be happy watching Totoko eat her dinner. Of course, when it comes to the pasta, she wonders if it’s too much. When Yuki made a plate-sized omurice, Totoko ate it all while Yuki watched and smiled. As expected, the food looks good.
After Totoko finishes her meal and Yuki goes to her kitchen, she takes out an envelope. Yep, she wants to pay for the meals that Yuki made, although she doesn’t know where she shop. While Yuki isn’t strapped for cash, as she does it for fun, she tells Totoko how many ingredients she uses.
While Totoko wants to pay her, Yuki explains the self-published books people want to make by themselves. With that, while she spends money on herself, she is a person who loves cooking. Yep, Yuki explains her hobby of cooking as Totoko does the dishes. Also, Yuki learns where Totoko usually gets her food, such as making bentos she brings to work and buying food at a cheap sale day at a supermarket. She also tells her that there is a farmer’s market. This gets her interested. They also learn that they are both contract workers, and Totoko thinks she should give more money given the effort, and it wouldn’t be fair to each other if she continues to do it. With that, Yuki accepts the money.
The next day, Yuki seems down due to her period. While I won’t go too much about that, Totoko helps her by getting some painkillers, other stuff Yuki needs and some food. Yuki mentions that she wants some rice balls. We get a flashback when Yuki got sick, which is. She also brought over a rice cooker to make rice balls.
While Totoko seems worried about Yuki’s health and wants to do the cooking, Yuki doesn’t mind. Of course, they made miso rice balls while showing how. Interestingly, Totoko shares how to mitigate the pain during a period while sharing how she feels going through one. They trust each other, given how personal this talk is. As to why Yuki wanted rice balls, it reminds her of when she got sick during her childhood. It’s the only thing she can eat. Either way, this may be the start of a lovely relationship.