I feel that Valentine's Day in Japan is evolving year by year, such as "Giri Choco", "Honmei Choco", and recently "Friend Chocolate".
This time, we interviewed the "receiver" boys for Valentine's Day, which is unique to Japan and evolves with the passage of time!
Mr. N, Mr. M, and Mr. I who work at Areti gathered. Let's take a quick look.
Do you want chocolate? I do not want?
Mr. N "I'm happy whether I'm in law or my favorite. I personally love chocolate (laughs).
However, I'm a little sorry, but it's troublesome to give back in-law. "
Mr. M "Oh, I understand that. I also get a chocolate-in-law saying" From all the girls ", but it was difficult to return White Day because I basically have to return it alone."
Indeed, many companies have recently banned Valentine's Day. Was it a heavy burden?
Mr. M: "Especially after becoming a member of society, I suffered from that culture. I accepted it as a matter of course, but when I got it, I returned it.
To tell the truth, I may not need anything other than my favorite (laughs). "
Valentine, the opposition in the first place? Affirmative?
Mr. I "I'm completely anti-Valentine (laughs) I find it difficult to get a return from a man many times as a basic system.
If it's too small, it's likely to be considered stingy, and if you prepare a serious return, it's likely that you'll be drawn ... It's also painful for a man that such a line isn't clear. "
Mr. M "Yes, the return price is really difficult."
Mr. N: That's true, but if the culture of "returning in-law" becomes established, it seems that we can solve that problem. We will return it at the same price range.
I would be happy to eat if I could get chocolate (laughs) "
I don't really need chocolate from my colleagues
Who would you like to receive chocolate from in the preliminary questionnaire? One of the most interesting questions was that everyone didn't choose a "colleague".
How is it actually?
Mr. N "Hmm, the chocolate from my colleague is" The Giri Choco! ", Isn't it? Why don't you want it?"
Mr. M "I didn't say" I'm glad to eat if I get it "(laughs)"
Mr. N "No, I don't know. It's not a mast. It's a feeling of temperature that makes me happy to have it. I never want to force women. (Laughs)"
What if Valentine's day is passed through?
Actually, this is what I wanted to ask you the most.
In 2020, at the first Valentine's Day in Reiwa, we are running a campaign to go through
#バレンタインスルーします, what do you think if you go through?
Mr. M "It's an offensive project (laughs) If it's passed through, I think that 2/14 will probably pass as a normal weekday. I don't think I'll even notice Valentine's Day."
Mr. I "I agree with thru. I am conscious of Valentine in a bad way. There is only trauma."
By the way, what is that trauma?
Mr. I "I had my cousin who was a pastry chef make a return when I was in high school. Then, the next year, I got a chocolate-in-law from a girl who was in club activities.
My cousin has already been transferred, so if I make a poor return of my own work, it will be a big boo (laugh), so through is welcome. "
Mr. N "That's miserable ... But I still want chocolate! I can't deny that I feel a little lonely if it's passed through (laughs)."
To everyone involved in Valentine
Thank you for your interesting story today.
We had you talk about various things from a boy's point of view, but finally, please give a few words to our readers!
Mr. M "I've said a lot (laughs) Valentine's Day is the day to convey" love ", so I think it's best to convey that feeling to the person who wants to convey love the most. Please do your best. ! "
Mr. I "Well ... I think we are in an era where various things are gradually changing. I will do my best, so let's change it to Valentine's Day where everyone can spend comfortably!"
Mr. N "Oh, I want chocolate, so thank you everyone! (Laughs)"
Everyone "Yes (laughs)"
Thank you everyone for being really busy!
You can check the outline of the #Valentine's Day through campaign mentioned earlier here.
We also have gifts available, so please join us!