I recently read the book, "I Finished My Parents' Home!" of the book.


Here is another book for you today.

I finished my parents' house! Author: Akiko Matsumoto

As long as you live, you will have to deal with your parents' house (parents' house) and their graves. This book is recommended for those who are thinking about that very thing, or have thought about it, or were a little nervous when reading this blog.... Personally, though, I thought it was something you should read regardless of whether you are interested or not. Because life and death are inevitable paths.

I am 40 years old, living with my wife and daughter (living in Kyoto, 5 minutes walk from my house to my studio). My parents are alive and well. My parents also live in Kyoto, but it takes about 45 minutes one way by car (I do not own a car).

I have no intention of going back to my parents' house. Why?

One word: inconvenience. I can't live without a car. But if I open the window, I can see nature all around, it's not like that at all.

This may sound harsh, but to be honest, there are no factors that make me want to live there.

However, I am sure there are many people like me who live in this kind of environment. I thought this book might be of some help to those people.

I am not going to introduce the contents of the book today, because the content you need depends entirely on the environment you are in. If you somehow read this blog and say that you are concerned for yourself, your family, and the people around you, please read it.

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