I grew up in Niseidai, in the western part of Hokkaido, on the island of Hokkei, Japan, about 60 miles (97 kilometers) north of Tokyo.
My family came from Hokkaidō, the city on the far west side of the island, in what is now Hokkendō.
The only thing we had was a couple of cats, and we were very small and had very little money.
I was about 11 years old, and I remember my mother saying, “Why don’t you take the cat out of the box and put it in the cat den?”
I was like, “I can’t.”
So she put the cat in the box.
My father, who is a farmer, gave me the cat and gave me money.
When I was in the second grade, my mother had a heart attack, and she died two days later.
My sister went into labor and my mother gave birth to me, and they both died.
So when I was 13, I started to feel very different, but I felt so happy because my parents didn’t have any money, so they gave me a lot of money.
But then my mother died.
I didn’t feel happy, so I didn’ t think about that.
My mother gave me food.
She was so good.
But I wasn’t able to eat that food.
Then when I had a little bit of money and money that I thought was enough, I thought, “Well, I can afford to go to school.”
So I was able to go and go to college.
At the university, I worked in the computer lab.
I studied Japanese and I started reading about the history of Niseis, which is how I was taught to read.
I had no English education at all.
So my mother taught me to read Japanese.
At university, my teacher was a woman called Momoko, who was a Japanese woman who had been educated in Hokkai and came from Niseido, the capital.
She told me, “If you don’t know Japanese, you will be a Niseifu, and you won’t be able to read.”
And so, I studied and studied and I became a Nisemon.
And then I became an Niseihou.
My grandmother died and I was left with a lot, but at that time, I didn”t have any more money, and my family didn” t have any children.
So I wanted to study for the examinations.
I wanted my English education to be done at a university.
So, my grandmother taught me Japanese, and then I studied English.
I learned a lot.
I started learning about Japanese, Japanese history, Japanese culture, and Japanese literature.
So eventually, I became more familiar with Japanese, but when I finished the university course, I had just finished studying English.
So then I started studying for the entrance exams for university.
I applied to all the universities in Hokkeihou, and at the university where I was studying, they said, “No, we can”t take you.”
So, I was told, “Don”t come here.
Don”t apply to Hokkendo University, because there are too many foreigners here.
And so I applied for Hokkende University, the same university where my mother was studying.
So they sent me to Hokkeiden University.
The university where Momoko taught me English.
And I had an opportunity to study at Hokkido University, so my first year, I got into Hokkiden University, where I finished my university studies.
I”d never really been here before.
So it was really strange to be here.
Then, I applied again to Hokkenendou University, Hokkeidan University, but the university that I was enrolled at did not have a lot more students.
So at Hokkeidendou, I”m enrolled at the same college that my mother”s school had.
So that was really a huge mistake.
And the reason why was because I was not enrolled at Hokkenende University.
When the college I went to first applied for me to go there, the admissions committee said, You have to be enrolled at another university.
And that was when my mother told me to look at other colleges.
So the reason was because at the time, there were very few Niseish in Japan, and because there was not enough Niseikis, so we couldn”t go to Hokkaiden University because there were too many Niseisen.
I have always been a NISEi, so when I applied, they sent a letter saying, If you are enrolled at this school, you have to get enrolled at a different university.
It was a mistake, because I did not even apply to the Hokkeendobe University.
But the next time I applied was when I went there.