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located in Edo Period, a part of F I V E: chapter one., one of the many universes on RPG.

Edo Period

Welcome to Kyoto!

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Character Portrait: Moon Chika (Chi) Character Portrait: Amaterasu Character Portrait: Reiki Katsuta
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  1. Sorry for the food nerdiness. I'm a detail freak.

    2016-09-18 07:45:24 by ็Œซใƒใƒ
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Sugar, spice, and everything nice. A way to a human's heart is through comforting cuisine.

With the desired response from Hime, Ama made her way to the kitchen of the large house. She began thinking of the ingredients available to her. She knew how much Hime loved meat, but the unfortunate part was that beef was outlawed after the overwhelming rise of Buddhism in Japan. It was of no concern though as she had an in with a black market vendor. She loved nothing more than surprising her sister, it left an unknown feeling deep in her heart.

After arriving to the kitchen Ama began pulling ingredients out of the pantry. She gathered rice, dried sea bream, tofu, and stock to make a clear broth. The food they were given was not of what emperors ate, rather what low grade samurai were given in the palace. It was no matter though, for everyone was grateful to have such beautiful produce. She lit the stove and began pulling out utensils, until the motherly Chi whispered her name. Ama adjusted her posture accordingly as Chi began rolling up her red kimono sleeves. Ama made a loving bowing gesture and pulled out a small papyrus wrapped package. "I have a surprise Hime." She gently unwrapped the loose paper to reveal a few strips of thinly sliced beef. She gave a coy smile then continued to cook it over the fire, along with the rest of the ingredients both her and Hime pulled out.

"If the others are here, shall we cook for them as well?" Ama gave a nod in agreement as she heard footsteps approaching the kitchen. She concentrated on the heaviness of the footsteps to determine who the person was. Ah, Reiki. She turned around and ushered him to a seat as he asked if the girls needed any help. She had noticed his exertion and prefered he relax rather than getting worked up any further. She then asked him with one word, "Tea?" She had started preparing a kettle for Hime and herself. Tea was quite traditional, and Ama absolutely adored it. She especially enjoyed a nice cup of sweet gyokuro, one of the most expensive teas in Japan. She had had it a total of three times, and nothing has ever compared. Although she will settle for the common sencha.