【TESEN-NOVEL Vol.3】Choosing.


This is Shuhei, the management staff of Osaka Share House.

I work in a share house, and I’m writing a series of novels at my leisure.


“What kind of place is a share house? “What kind of life can I expect?

I’m writing this novel for those who are wondering.


It’s a fictionalized version of non-fiction.

Would you like to take a look at life in a share house with me?


I hope that the wonderful things that happen in a share house will reach as many people as possible.

I hope to bring a rich life to as many people as possible.



I’m getting used to my new job.


A new job, a new city, a new house.


I’m a little scared that I’m going to lose my sense of value.

But I’m definitely getting closer to the person I want to be.


Sometimes changing something is exaggerated.

Choosing something is a responsibility.


As we grow older, we have more and more choices to make.


Some people can look at it positively as “freedom.

Others see it as an ordeal and raise the bar.


I’m the latter.


However, since coming to the share house,

the hurdles I’ve set for myself seem to be getting lower.

Or maybe I’m just getting bigger.


If someone teases me, “Let me at least be taller! I’m going to say when someone makes fun of me.


And I bought an overly large 1.5 liter bottle of soy sauce.

I bought a 1.5 liter bottle of soy sauce that was too big for my share mates, who like to stir-fry vegetables and often borrow my soy sauce.


In return, she often feeds me her stir-fried vegetables.

I bought the biggest soy sauce I could find.

I bought a very large bottle of soy sauce, and it looks like she’ll be making stir-fried vegetables for a while.


Borrowing and lending soy sauce.

Maybe we’re the only ones who do that in the age of harmony.


It’s the little things that have never been part of our daily lives before.

Little by little, the stimulation of living in a share house is becoming part of my everyday life.


This is my home.

I can’t wait to invite my friends over.



To be continued.



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