Continuing down the alley in Glodok district of Jakarta, I came to the front of what looked like an eating place. But there was no one there. I couldn't find any customers, let alone people in the shop. The inside of the shop was deserted with no one but some kind of stalls.
On the side of the stall placed inside the eating place was written Nasi Ulam. Nasi Ulam is an Indonesian steamed rice dish. It's hard to distinguish it from the Nasi Goleng, which I often see in Japan, because of the variety of things on top of the steamed rice. Is it Nasi Ulam if you use steamed rice and Nasi Goleng if you use stir-fried rice? Either way, the main thing is the rice. In Indonesia, rice is a staple food, just like in Japan.
I turned my attention to my feet and saw two cats. They were different in size and were like a parent and child. They were sitting quietly in a deserted storefront, waiting for someone to come in. Maybe they are always getting food from this shop. And yet, the kitten was restless because no one showed up, and the parent cat was probably stunned too. If that's the case, it's inevitable that they don't care about me, even though I stared at them from behind.
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June 3, 2020
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