Our Meal for Tomorrow

Synopsis: Ryota and Koharu are high school students. Ryota is indifferent to people and says very little. Koharu is not afraid of to speak her mind and she has a bright personality. Since a game of rice bag jump, they begin to date. They date at a fast-food restaurant, realize they love each other at a family restaurant and finally swear their love on a dining table with white rice.
Genre: Drama, Romance

Hey you

Sorry to interrupt your melancholy thoughts but I need to check if you're alright with something

With what?

Hayama-kun it looks like you'll have to do the rice sack jump. That's alright with you right?

Rice sack jump?

There's the Miracle Relay right?

It means you'll be doing the 3rd leg

All the other categories have already been decided too

So you'll agree?

OK! Hayama-kun it is!

Eh? Hayama?

Come on get in

Eh? Why are we...

Why you ask? No offense but you have this gloomy air around you

So nobody really wants to be paired up with you

Since I'm in charge of sports the only option was to pair myself with you

Right let's try this for a bit

Alright let's do this

One two


Hey we're not gonna move forward if we don't jump at the same time

So we're gonna have to be in sync


Right here we go

Properly jump forward this time OK?


Three GO!

Eh ah! Uwa!

That hurts..

Hey hey....what do you think you're doing?

I wasn't ready yet...

So it's MY fault?

~Our Meal for Tomorrow~

You're always reading books with dead people in them aren't you?

Yea I guess you're right. I do

Ah this is the second time right? Reading 'Kaze Tachinu'?

You're right

You like it?

No it's not like that

You say it's not like that even though you're reading it for the second time?

I've been reading the library books in order and I've just come back to where I started


One two!

Ah sorry


Get ready...


Hey I've got an idea

What is it?

Well I was wondering if we should switch positions

I mean I've got more strength than you do

And look

The person in the front contributes most to how far they jump forward

You're right!

That's amazing!

I never thought you'd be so hyped for the rice sack jump Hayama-kun

One two!

This is great!

We're really going forward!

Somehow it felt like our breathing were kinda in sync just now right?




Yea take it

You know I always pick POCARI

Don't you feel like just by seeing this blue label you're rehydrated and your ion gets replenished? Like instantly re-energized?

Yea I get what you mean

It was on a day like this...

What was?

The day my brother died

Oh right

Wait you knew?

Of course! We live in the same area and we went to the same junior high

Right we did


I never thought..

I never even imagined I'd be losing someone so close to me

And to think...

My brother was only in his second year of high school

Even though he said he wanted to become a firefighter in the future with so much spark

Even at the hospital he

Hey is this gonna take long?


You see..

This seems like a topic I need to be fully attentive to listen to...

Sorry. I'll listen next time

I'm also participating in the Senbatsu Relay so I gotta go practice

No matter when it'd be a waste if you don't eat

Tomorrow it might be your turn



Death will arrive at everyone's doorstep

Sad aren't I?

What do you mean sad?

I mean I'm only 17

You know I still have a lot of things I wanted to do


I tried looking and it turns out there were a lot at home

So I brought like 30 of them

Like I said what is this?

This? Novels with stories where people die

Ah don't hold back. I meant to bring them to Book Off at first

My grandpa liked them

People die in each of them

Is that so...

Furthermore Asami Mitsuhiko isn't even a detective but she keeps encountering murders

Unfortunate don't you think?

Regardless she always gets back up and lives strong

Actually she seems to intentionally poke her head into places where people are likely to die

We could learn a thing or two from her

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