Yui Mizuno diary about her "Respect for the Aged Day" gift to her grandmother

Yui Mizuno new diary on Sakura Gakuin about her belated gift to her grandma. Yui talks about her grandmother attending to Ciao Fes and a special gift for her on the "Respect for the Aged Day". Check the diary translated and photo from diary fixed below! 


Yui Mizuno diary: "A belated gift to my grandma!!"

Hello! It's Yui.

I went to my favorite sticker/stamp shop and found...

A craft-punch which punch out shapes of sakura-blossom! Yay!♡

For those who don't know the craft punch...it's a cutting tool to punch out specific shapes (like these→♫❄♥♪) from paper. You can make your own cute letter paper by pasting the shape onto it.


The other day, my grandma came to see us at Ciao Fes. She got a Sakura Gakuin paper-fan which was a free gift to the audience...but Yui was not in the picture on the fan. My grandma was so disappointed and burst into tears (←It's a lie. Laughs).


Therefore, I decided to make my own paper-fan as the gift to my grandma on the "Respect for the Aged Day".



I put my whole heart into making it.

But, I put a lot of decorations on it and it's a bit difficult to use it.

I hope she will like it.

On the back of the fan, I drew a picture of us with my grandma!

Yui is pretty contented with my well-finished work.



Mizuno Yui.





Diary by: Yui Mizuno.
Translation by: Onji Kobe. 

Translator notes: Respect for the Aged Day, Japanese national holiday (the third Monday in September). It's almost the same with National Grandparents Day.