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Following that, I hurriedly ran through the fields.

-Lewis Carroll "Alice in Wonderland"

In life, we meet a lot of people, things, and something else, each of which has its own meaning.

In one encounter we fall in love, in another we get an important treasure, and in another we make a lifelong friend. However, most encounters are destined to be forgotten.

So where does the forgotten encounter go?

We have experienced many fateful encounters as a child. I'm not the only one who picked up roadside stones with a much smaller hand and put them in a treasure chest. How many times did you really think that you might be able to get there by looking up at the stars in the night sky? Where are you now? How exciting we were at that time. How many of those experiences, not one or two, remain in your mind?

The encounter is said to be the beginning of parting. We say goodbye to the many glittering things we met as a kid, without saying goodbye.

The two separated things return to one again. This is the word of ancient alchemists. It wasn't just gold that they pursued, but the truth of the universe itself. Little, if not the truth of the universe, we were just as purely looking for something. The two souls that have been separated will meet again someday. We hope to create a store that will give you a little chance of that reunion.

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