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 From the time we left Camilo's to the time we arrived home, nothing special happened except that Liddy attracted the attention of the townspeople. She's pretty to begin with. I'm not sure if it's because she's an elf or not. The worst thing that could have happened to Liddy would have been for her to get into trouble, so I was relieved when that didn't happen.

 When we arrived at the house, we all carried in our belongings. We also put Apoi Takara into the workshop. Liddy also helped me carry some light things like root vegetables into the house.
 After the loading, we went on vacation as usual. I say vacation, but when I'm in town, I do whatever I feel like doing. I'm currently working on a special order model, but I've decided to decline Mr. Liddy's offer and spend my time as usual.

 I thought about touching the Apoitakara, but it would be blacksmithing work, so I decided to put it off until later and make something I wanted in the workshop.

 I gathered up the leftover wood from making sheaths and the like in the workshop. Some of the pieces were large enough for what I wanted to make.
 Letting the sharpness of the knife do the work, I cut the parts out of the wood. The sharpness of the knife was also related to the magic power. I'll have to be more conscious of this next time I make a custom order. It took me a long time to cut out the parts so that they could be assembled without using nails, but I managed to secure enough time to assemble them, so I started assembling them.
 Eventually, an ugly but miniature house-like structure was completed. It is the size of the palm of my hand. I don't know much about the format, so I just made it look like that, but I don't think there is anything in this world that should fit in it (at least it didn't seem to correspond to the installed knowledge), so it's good for now.
 If you make a shelf out of a piece of wood, mount it on the wall, and put a miniature house on top of it, you will have a "simple Shinto shrine". As a former Japanese, I felt uncomfortable not having a Shinto shrine in such a place, so I made one. In fact, it might be better to have it in the house, but personally, it is more appropriate to have it in a workshop like this.
 I don't know if it's all right or not with the gods of this world, but I hope they will tolerate it. I don't even know if there is a God in this world to be accommodated.
 From the kitchen, I fill a small plate and a small cup with salt and water, respectively, and put them on the shelf together. I'll have to add changing these to my morning routine. I made a simple bow to the altar, clapped my hands, and got ready for dinner.

 The next morning, after fetching water, I took down the water and salt from the altar and replaced them with new ones. It would have been a shame to throw them away, so I used them in my breakfast soup. The rest of my activities do not change much until breakfast is over.
 After breakfast, we discuss the tasks for the day. I will continue to work on the mithril sword, of course, while Rike, Samija, and Diana will work on the general models for a while. It'll be a couple of weeks, but we'll need a good number of deliveries. Riddhi-san will be observing my work, or watching me, or something like that.

 When I entered the workshop, I went in front of the Shinto altar and bowed with two bows and two claps, praying for the safety of today's work. I don't know if there is a recipient for this prayer, but I feel that having this kind of thing helps me to switch my mind smoothly. This alone is worth making.
 As I'm bowing (sort of), Rike talks to me.
"What are you doing now, master?
"It's a ritual in our family in the north, to pray to the gods.
What is that strange house-like structure?
Well, it's a ...... kind of simple temple that we set up in each house.
Oh, they have that kind of custom in the north.
I don't know if it's only in my house, and I don't know how effective it is.
 He answered Rike's questions with interest.
"Do you have a family name, Mr. Eizo?
 Liddy, who had been listening to the conversation, asked me the same question. I didn't tell you that.

Yes, I do. But, as you can see from the fact that I live in this place, there's a bit of a problem.
I see. That's why you don't usually say your name.
That's right.
 Liddy nodded his head. I guess he can't help but confirm what's on his mind.
"Master, can we do that thing you were doing earlier?
"Hmm? Yes, it's fine. It's not like it's a secret.
 Rikke asked hesitantly, but I agreed, because it's better to do this with the whole family. "Can I join you? Liddy said, and I agreed.

 I taught the four of them two bows, two claps, and one bow, and I did it again. Beastmen, dwarves, humans, and elves. As I thought when I said "Itadakimasu", the fact that people of different races and origins are doing the same thing like this is very touching.
 In this way, one more "always" was added to our family.