Eternal First Love


- Yes

- Take,

- Yes

work harder or you'll

never handle a frying pan.

Yes, sir.

Onions really make you cry, huh?

Funny, isn't it? I wonder why.

"Nanki Shirahama Airport"

Cooking starts with the ingredients.

They grow organic vegetables here.

I hear about them a lot these days.

Vegetables that...

are grown in soil made of compost

without use of chemicals for 2 years or more.

It's huge.

A good sweet potato feels heavy.

It looks good.

What do I do with these?

The best place...

to eat something is where

it was caught or grown.

Right when they're fresh.


This is a bad idea.

You're ditching the funeral.

Shouldn't you, Ruri...?

Say goodbye to your dad?

It's not a goodbye.


You're doing fine...

without your parents.

I will be too without my dad...

Hurry up! Good food!

Look at this lobster.

It looks great.

Okay, to finish it off...

Zuppa di mare... Seafood soup.

Here I go.

How is it?

Not bad.

What does that mean?

There's more. Want some?

We have rice flour bread.

It's really good.

- Here you go.

- Thanks.

This bread is yummy!

What do you want to eat

for your last meal in life?

Let me think... How about you?

- Spaghetti Neapolitan.

- Like I said...

No Spaghetti Neapolitan in Naples.

It's true.

I used to live there.

But I wanna eat it.

Then I'll make it for you.

Really? When?

Let's see...

The best day of your life.

I'll make the perfect

Spaghetti Neapolitan.

It's a promise, okay?

You cleaned your room?

They say brain damage

and memory loss

can turn a person into someone else.

I see it's true.

It's not quite like that.

I really might be someone else.

The other day, you said you didn't know

who you were.

Yuuki Makihara was a pianist, right?



Why not me?

"Vienna Philharmonic invites..."

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