A little girl’s first errand.

There is a program in Japan called “The first time to errand” (Hajimete no Otsukai). It is a program that records the process of a small child who is asked by his mother to go shopping at a local supermarket by himself, and it is surprisingly moving.

The film crew is in disguise, but adults can easily spot them because they are holding cameras. But the children, who are still very young, do not notice. The children are so young, but we can’t help but be amazed at the courageous actions, thoughts, and care they show, which are on a par with those of adults. I am moved by their unexpected actions, thoughts, and concern for others. I was surprised to see that they think like adults.

The show is currently available on Netflix. The program is called “Old Enough!”. Seeing is believing. If you have seen it, please let us know what you think.

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This bento box is made of bent-wood with the natural grain of Japanese cedar. The bento box absorbs excess water from the rice, and when the water evaporates over time, the water in the bento box returns to the rice, so the rice does not become hard and stays fluffy. The more you use it, the more elegant it becomes.

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    This show is also available on Netflix, so go check it out! The program is called “Old Enough!”.

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