Two gentlemen are discussing what is the first dictionary they ever had. Araki is leaving the dictionary editorial department due to his wife’ condition. But not before vowing to find a successor to help out his colleague in the editorial department. Mitsuya Majime (our main lead) is introducing himself to the book store. And thanks the store owner for stocking up on Genbu’ products, this hasn’t gone unnoticed by other people though. One of Mitsuya’ colleague apologies for Mitsuya’ behaviour.
I promise to find my successor before I retire
His colleague wanted to tell Mitusya that during his sales call rounds, he shouldn’t be carrying a rival store bag. Otherwise they wouldn’t take him as seriously. His colleague notices that Mitsuya takes interest in to what he said “read the air”. Mitsuya pretty much lives on his own, however he does have a nice land lady. Araki is still on the hunt and he isn’t giving up till he finds his successor. Till he finds his man.
Point of interests:
- Dictionaries have their own characteristics and meanings of words – no dictionary are the same
- Mitsuya Majime works for Genbu publishing
- Mitsuya is a shy, introverted, socially awkward, person – who just happens to a bibliophile & he has a cat called tiger