[Hirato, Yogi and Tsukumo go to a bazaar.]
Yogi: Uwaah! It’s amazing here! And there are lots of stalls! I can’t pick!
Tsukumo: Yogi looks happy. He’s sparkling.
Hirato: He is a child on the inside, after all.
Tsukumo: But I was surprised.
Hirato: About what?
Tsukumo: I didn’t think you’d come with us, Hirato-san.
Hirato: Children need a care taker.
Tsukumo: That’s right. I have to make sure you two don’t get lost.
Hirato: Hah. I thought Akari-san was the only one who treated me like a child.
Tsukumo: Ah. I’m sorry! But I think it’d be nice for you to freely have fun here, like a child.
Hirato: Maybe I’ll take you up on that offer.
Tsukumo: If there are any shops you want to—Wait. Yogi is gone.
Hirato: This always happens if we take our eyes of him for even a second.
Yogi: Heeey! Hirato-san! Tsukumo-chan! Over here!
Tsukumo: Yogi! We’re coming! Wait there!
Tsukumo: Sorry for the wait.
Yogi: Don’t get lost, please! I was worried!
Hirato: Who got lost?
Shopkeeper: Welcome! Have some freshly picked pukurinto! So sweet they melt on your tongue!
Yogi: Uwaaah. They smell great! Looks delicious! Let’s try one, Tsukumo-chan!
Yogi: You’ll try one too, right, Hirato-san?
Hirato: No, thank you. My hands will get dirty.
Yogi: Eeeeh. But they look so delicious! Well then, two please!
Shopkeeper: Thank you.
Yogi: Itadakimasu (t/n: people say this before eating in Japan)
Yogi: It’s delicious! Really delicious!
Tsukumo: It’s really delicious.
Yogi: It’s amazing, Hirato-san!
Hirato: That’s nice. But I’m not trying any.
Yogi: Hirato-san is so stubborn… Ah!
Tsukumo: What is it, Yogi?
Yogi: I’ll buy some for Gareki-kun and Nai-chan! I’m sure they’ll be happy.
Tsukumo: You’re right.
Yogi: Two more please. To take with us.
Shopkeeper: I’m sorry. No can do.
Yogi: Huh? Why?
Shopkeeper: My pukurinto’s selling point is its freshness. It has to be eaten on the spot or else it won’t taste good. Sorry.
Yogi: Oh no.. I wanted them to try it too..
Tsukumo: It can’t be helped. It’s a shame, but let’s forget about it.
Tsukumo: Let’s buy a different present for Nai-kun and Gareki-kun.
Yogi: You’re right. I wonder what they’d like. Hmm…
Tsukumo: I’ll ask.
Yogi: Tsukumo-chan, what are you doing!?
Tsukumo: I’m calling the Second Ship. I’ll ask them what they’d like.
Yogi: No! No! Stop!
Tsukumo: Huh? Yogi… why?
Yogi: You can’t just ask them. A present is much more fun if it’s a surprise!
Tsukumo: Is it?
Yogi: It is. Right, Hirato-san?
Hirato: Depends. It’s case by case.
Yogi: We gave you a surprise present this year! Hirato-san, you were smiling much broader than you did last year when we didn’t surprise you.
Hirato: I don’t recall smiling broadly, though.
Yogi: I have photographs in my cellphone to proof it! Here! Look!
Tsukumo: Last year’s and this year’s Hirato look the same.
Hirato: Neither are smiling broadly.
Yogi: You’re wrong! They’re totally different. This year’s Hirato looks happier.
Tsukumo: The corners of this year’s Hirato’s mouth look slightly higher…
Hirato: To put it simply, it’s your imagination.
Yogi: It’s not my imagination..! If I knew it was going to be like this, I would’ve filmed it instead.
Tsukumo: I don’t think that’s the problem here…
Yogi: Anyway! A present should be a surprise! Their present has to be one too!
Tsukumo: Understood. If you insist.
Yogi: Thank you, Tsukumo-chan! Let’s walk through the bazaar and look for a nice present! There are so many shops, I don’t know what to pick. Yay.
Hirato: Let’s go.
Tsukumo: It is OK? We still have to capture [???]. We don’t have much time.
Hirato: I don’t want him to get lost again.
Tsukumo: Thank you, Hirato.