By Mickky


This is just one of the signs where far more information is written in Japanese that does not nevertheless stand out more than English does. You're asked to wait for a while until the clerk guides you into the shop.

At this cafe, my mother and I had pancakes and coffee. We rarely go out together so it felt strange to be with her at weekend. I was glad she especially liked the coffee.

come, the second element of the word welcome, appears to have been derived from Old English cuman, meaning 'come,' which one can be aware of quite easily.

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