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t do this.
It's I who should give you something.
Please take it, Mother.
Must I?
Then thank you very much, dear.
You must need money for yourself,
but still you do this.
I don't know how to say it...
but thank you so much.
Thank you.
Let's be going.
If you come up
to Tokyo again, Mother,
please come visit again.
But I'm afraid
I won't be coming back.
I know you're busy,
but do try to come to Onomichi.
I'd really like to,
if it were a bit nearer.
You're right.
It's so far away.
Mother, are these yours?
Thank you.
I've gotten so forgetful.
Let's go.
Will they get seats?
Yes, we're in a good position here.
The train should be in Nagoya
or Gifu around morning.
And arrive in Onomichi?
1:35 tomorrow afternoon.
Have you wired Kyoko?
I have.
Keizo will meet you at Osaka, too.
I hope Mother will have
a good sleep on the train.
She always sleeps well anywhere.
Even if I don't,
I'll be home tomorrow afternoon.
Don't drink too much, Father.
Last night was an exception.
A reunion, you know.
Has the headache gone?
Let this be a warning.
I'm sure it was a good lesson.
You've been very kind to us -- all of you.
We enjoyed our trip.
You were so nice to us, children.
Now that we've seen you all,
you need not come down,
even if anything should happen
to either one of us.
Don't talk like that.
This isn't a farewell.
I mean it.
We live too far away.
I'm sorry about yesterday.
- I heard your parents came.
- Yes. What a mess.
They weren't supposed to get
off the train, but Mother became ill.
What was the trouble?
She says she feels sick around here.
Is it her heart?
Travel sickness. She hadn't
taken the train for a long time.
What a bother.
Had to borrow blankets
and send for the doctor twice.
What a mess.
How is she now?
Feeling fine this morning.
How old is she?
Let me see.
She's way over 60.
Sixty-seven or 68, maybe.
Very old.
Take good care of her.
''Be a good son
while your parents are alive.''
That's right.
''None can serve his parents
beyond the grave.''
It must have been because
the train was so crowded.
Feel better?
Thanks. I feel fine.
I'll be able to leave tonight.
We could stay here one more night
and take a less crowded train.
Kyoko must be worried about us.
But we're here in Osaka, seeing Keizo.
In ten days
we've seen all our children.
Grown-up grandchildren, too.
Some grandparents seem to like their
grandchildren more than their children.
What do you think?
What about you?
I like my children better.
But I'm surprised
how children change.
Shige used to be much nicer before.
A married daughter
is like a stranger.
Koichi has changed too.
He used to be such a nice boy.
Children don't live up
to their parents' expectations.
Let's just be happy
that they're better than most.
They're certainly
better than average.
We're fortunate.
I think so.
We should consider ourselves lucky.
Yes, we are very lucky.
Papa and Mama
had to get off at Osaka.
Is that so?
She became sick on the train,
and they got home on the 10th.
Is she all right?
I think so.
They wrote many thanks.
She was tired.
Yes, the trip was too much for her.
Was she satisfied?
Why wouldn't she be?
She saw lots of places.
Atami, too.
She'll talk about Tokyo
for a long while.
A telegram?
No, not yet.
From Onomichi.
It's so odd.
It says Mama is dying.
How strange.
I just got Father's letter.
It says they stopped off at Osaka
because Mother felt sick.
They got home on the 10th.
Just hold the line.
- From Onomichi.
- Read it.
''Mother critically ill -- Kyoko.''
The telegram just arrived.
You just got one too?
I'll come over.
See you soon.
I'll be waiting.
How did it happen so suddenly?
Is it serious?
Should I tell Noriko?
Yes, please do.
Yoneyama Trading Company.
Hold the line, please.
It's for you.
For me?
Oh, hi.
Is that right?
What does it mean?
I could see
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