Kenjiro Tsuda demonstrates his multi-step process for properly sharpening his kitchen knife; then, he prepares a perfect cup of coffee.
After his quiet moment alone with a cup of tea is interrupted by the constant flapping of torn shoji screen door, Tsuda has no choice but to fix it.
While doing the laundry, Tsuda comes across some challenging stains, but he knows how to handle them -- at least he usually does.
Polishing his baseball feels so good, Tsuda goes around the house looking for other things in need of the same treatment.
After a raucous celebration, Tsuda carefully sorts through the garbage, putting all of it into the correct bins.
Tsuda receives a hefty amount of pork as a gift and sets to work lovingly turning it into the best smoked bacon ever.
Hit with a sudden hankering for udon, Tsuda decides to make his own homemade udon noodles from scratch.
For once, Tsuda decides to take it easy and do nothing for a whole day, which is a lot harder than he thought it would be.
While preparing for some voice acting work, Tsuda gets sidetracked and starts taking apart and cleaning more and more things around the house.
To celebrate a job well done, Tsuda makes himself a nice meal of pan-fried salmon with creamy walnut sauce, accompanied by a plate of peperoncino udon.