It was a clear fine day. There is a Japanese traditional ritual for babies called Okuizome (first meal) that parents perform around the 100th day after the birth of their baby to wish the infant will never starve and it was held at my space. I have never experienced this celebration, and I didn’t know what to do for them when I was requested. I got the information from the internet and prepared the special food for the celebration. Since I cannot bake sea bream which is the symbol fish for this kind of celebration, I asked a fishmonger of a supermarket to bake and I put some decoration on it afterward. The number of the family members were ten including their baby. They looked so happy to get together and have such a special celebration for the baby. I am grateful that they came to my cafe to have Okuizome, after visiting Taga Taisha.