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Mahjong player Ogami appears at the diner, after a year-long absence, with his six-year-old son, Daizo. Ogami claims an ex-girlfriend thrust the boy on him and he has no father-like feelings for the boy, but there is no doubt they are father and son when they sit side by side eating their favorite, egg tofu. Cabaret club hostess Midori likes to dote on Daizo, but Midori is attached to vicious boyfriend Kazuma, a former host turned wannabe mahjong player.