A specialist has his own strength.
Every man to his trade.
He didn't eat all of the rice cakes.
This is what they call a lucky break.
This business plan of yours seems almost too optimistic. All I can say is I hope it's more than just wishful thinking.
Never confuse art with life.
His bread is buttered on both sides.
Yecch. This rice cracker is soggy.
There is a custom of eating rice cakes for New Year's in Japan.
No, a dango is not a mochi.
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