Diary Entry of a typical Japanese Emperor (fictional):
I woke up feeling refreshed. For breakfast I ate a 29 egg tamagoyaki. It was nice, but my chef had burnt it a bit. Today I took part in Matsuri, a Shinto festival where I gave thanks for my lengthy reign as emperor of Japan. I walked back into the castle after, where I ate 3 entire bowls of sushi. I didn't know what else to do so I drank sake as I walked around my beautiful garden, waiting for the Sumo Wrestling match to start. As I watched the match, I ate a dozen sweet sticky rice balls. After that, I heard some news of Mongolia planning to invade Japan. I hope the Shogun deals with this and prepares all the samurai, or at least tries to keep peace with Kublai Khan, who is the the Khagan of the Mongol Empire. I was feeling quite tired after all that physical activity, so I just went to sleep.
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