grandparents house

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Ever since I can remember, breakfast at my grandparents house is always the same. Rice, a fried egg (or raw egg), miso soup, natto, mozuku, and a bunch of pickled side dishes. Occasionally a piece of salmon or other cooked fish. My grandpa would always mix the natto and mozuku into his miso soup. I am not used to eating so much in the morning since I would eat an apple and eat something else later in the day. I tend to take out one thing each day (maybe the rice or natto or mozuku) and my grandma would complain that I wasn’t eating enough. Even though I can’t eat much in the morning, it’s nice to have a traditional Japanese breakfast whenever I visit my grandparents.

This time was no different but I caught a cold during my stay. Luckily, my cold didn’t spread and I felt better by the time I moved on to my next stop – Kyoto!


いつも祖父母の家に行くと、朝ごはんは同じ。ご飯、目玉焼き(か卵かけ御飯)、味噌汁、納豆、もずく、漬物。たまにはサーモンか他の焼き魚。おじいちゃんはいつも納豆ともずくを味噌汁に混ぜ込んでいました。私は朝は大抵りんごだけで後で何か食べるので、急にたくさん朝から食べるのはきつい。だから、どれかを一つ抜いて(ご飯か納豆ともずく)を除いて食べてました。おばあちゃんは食べる量が足りないと文句を言います。結局私には量が多すぎるけど、香川に行く時、日本の朝食が食べられるのは嬉しいです。

今回もいつもと変わらずの朝ごはんだったけど、風邪をひいてしまいした。幸いおじいちゃんとおばあちゃんいには移らなくて、京都出発の日にはもう治ってました。

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