(Important note from Bunko-san: "I am not anyhow related to adult video business, nor I'm relative to model who claims to have same name as I have. Please do not send me emails anymore and ask me questions about this.")
Yoroshiku onegaishimasu. I'm Bunko Kanazawa. I'm fictional Japanese girl. Being a fictional person is fun. I don't have to care much about anything but dreaming.
My favorite hobbies are reading (fiction!), going to shopping with my friends, hanging out in StarBucks, checking out new Apple products, and ofcourse, taking my labrador retriever Mizu-kun for a walk. In Japanese, Mizu means water. I named him Mizu because he drinks water and pees alot.
I live in town called Mura. It is a small, fictional place in Tokyo. It's not very far from Kasumigaseki station. Well it is kind of far, but I like to walk.
When I walk, I can forget everything. No matter if it's raining, or crisp august afternoon, it's pure joy for me. I can always relax when I'm walking alone, feeling the fresh air.
I like smiling and making strange jokes about everything. Nobody usually understands my jokes but I dont care. My jokes are not ment for others to understand. They are mine!
I hate passion. I'm not passionate at all. I simply can't understand those hot, passionate people. I think it's ridicilous to be passionate in this life.
I used to go out with my fictional boyfriend Hibiya-kun. Eating peaches, makes me to remember him. He used to bring me peaches always, with that gentle smile of his. However, he ended up going out with another girl. It breaks my heart.
In fact, I dont like boys so much. They are little stupid. Sure, going to movies with them is fun sometimes, and they can make a decent jokes. But I prefer hanging out with my fictional girlfriend Shiomi-chan. Women friends are best, I feel. And being alone isn't so bad, it's quite comfortable for me.
They say life is hard, but that's just a talk. I think life is exciting. There is something new that happens everyday.
Every morning I wake up at seven. First thing I do is brew myself a good cup of coffee, then open a newspaper The Shimbun and check for comics. (I dont care about the rest, really although it's a nice paper, but I peek for interesting editorials sometimes.) Then I'll feed Mizu-kun, brush his fur and take him for a short walk.
After making sure gas is turned off, and checking Mizu-kun is fine, I'll head to my part time job in library. I work only four hours per day, taking care of customers and organizing books. Usually by lunch time, I'm free from work. Rest of the day is mine. By afternoon, I'll be on my sofa, gazing through some glossy magazines about Apple computers.
I'm pretty optimistic these days, but in my past, I had some hard time. I'm the only child and I never had much friends. My fictional parents always take good care of me though. My father is the president of Kanazawa Enterprises, a company that imports foreign dental instruments to Japan. I would actually prefer using our own dental instruments in Japan, because I think we Japanese should trust our skills of manufacturing other than consumer goods.
However, my father's business is pretty succesfull. Therefore he always provides me money. Every month in my bank account, there is some extra money to buy new books or CD's. And my father posts me a card every month, just to say hello and tells me how things are at home. He is Mizu-kun's best friend.
We often go to swim together. We love sea. And everytime he takes a dip in sea, he looks like a wet dog. "Man, it's real cold!" he says, and always when some seaweed or driftwood touches his skin he screams "jellyfish! Oh my God, here are some jellyfish" and rans back. I cant help chuckle, he is so funny.
I often cry. Because I realize that someday my father is going to pass away. He is already getting old. Everytime, I notice more wrinkles in his face and his hair getting thinner. It makes me really sad. I dont know if I can live in this world without him. Mizu-kun agrees with me.
I write letters too. I have a Finnish penpal. He is a little foolish though. He has this really strange way of thinking that nobody understands. But he never stops keeping his own ideas, even others would disagree. I think he is too stubborn, but maybe there is something I like him, because I still write him every once a while. I think Finland is really interesting place. I love Moomin too, and Santa Claus is my favorite.
Now, Mizu-kun is jumping against me, so I had better to take him out. And I heard that there is new book of Haruki Murakami just getting published, I had better to visit my favorite bookshop Gotanda Books..
I wish you all good spirits, my dear readers. Keep up the flag.
Love you, every one of you. Bye for now!
PS. I want to say thanks to my best friend Mi-chan for drawing this picture about me.