From spicy to sweet tooth

When I was young, I really drank a lot.
Whether it’s Ginza, Akasaka, Nogizaka, or Roppongi.
Almost every day, we have breakfast study sessions at hotels, evening receptions, and academic conferences.
Academic conferences, management study sessions, seminars, and symposiums held at hotels all end up at the hotel bar.
So, all I have to do is go home, but late at night on weekends, I stop by a bar in Shinjuku that is a hangout for writers and editors.
The power of alcohol is terrifying.
At that time, I would not accept anything sweet.
There are only distilled spirits such as whisky, brandy, gin, and vodka.
I also hardly ate hydrated carbon from rice and bread.
However, I think I ate a good bowl of ramen after drinking too much.
Because of that, I gained a lot of weight.
It was around the time that tonkotsu ramen became popular.
His brutal bravery and war history in his youth are now past glories.
Now, 30% of my body is made up of water from black tea and other health teas.
The biggest challenge in my life right now is limiting late-night snacks.
Wake up in the middle of the night, drink Chinese herbal tea and eat Japanese sweets to quell your hunger.
The Japanese sweets are delicious.
I feel like Adam and Eve ate the devil’s apple.
Right now, when the devil stands in front of me and hands me a whiskey glass with his right hand and a thin-skinned bun with his left, I take his left hand without hesitation.
Humans are undisciplined.
Especially when you get older.
Soothe your remaining late-night moments with sweets.
Learn about the depths of life that young people don’t understand.
Now that I think about it, my father loved thin-skinned buns.
The staff often brought my father souvenirs of manju.
I think the thinner the skin, the more I liked it.
In other words, my favorite thing was probably the red bean paste.
As we get older, we start to prefer bean paste, which is easier to pass down the throat, than rice crackers.
Among the relief supplies for the disaster-stricken areas, Japanese sweets were the most popular item.
Anko is easier to eat than chocolate.
Is it the guidance of my father’s spirit that makes me think like this?
Don’t worry, Dad, I’ve made sure to bring you the offerings you like every day.
I received the hand-me-down.

Pulse oximeter 97/97/99
Body temperature 36.3 Blood sugar 153

Adam of Suffering
CEO Yasunari Koyama


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