The Japanese countryside rolled by like something out of a movie. The large, grey visage of Mt. Fuji loomed in the distance, dull and obscured by clouds. It made for a nice contrast with the vibrant colors of the landscape set out before it, like green, brown, blue, and more recently, yellow. Yui Ayukawa supposed she should've been impressed with the sight, but there wasn't much coming from her apart from the vacant stare directed into the distance. It seemed that today her family was going to the same farm as usual to procure produce. Evidently their preference for traveling the longer distance was due to better product than that which could've been found in your standard grocery store. From Yui's rational standpoint, it was a fairly understandable reason. The family of three's car drove along further for a short stretch of time, before turning into driveway and coming to a halt. Their destination had finally been reached, and now it was time for her mother and father to purchase organic goods and make smalltalk with the nice farming couple living there for a while. Which left Yui to wander about the property all alone. According to her parents, there was allegedly a child somewhere around her age frolicking around the area, but in her time there, Yui had never seen hide nor tail of the alleged child. Yui popped open her car door and stepped out on to the driveway. Her short, dark hair and the loose folds of her yukata waved in the breeze. Her family was rather traditionally oriented, so perhaps that was another reason why they opted not to go to the grocery store. It was definitely why they lived in a traditional home and had her wear the clothing. Though she couldn't complain, because the loose wardrobe was definitely more comfortable and free than the shirts and pants her father and mother wore for work. Of course there were... other reasons as to why she couldn't complain, but those were of little importance. As per usual, Yui's parents told her to go out and find something to do while they conducted their business. And so it fell to the passive little girl to make use of her free time. She glanced around the area and weighed her options. Or rather, her distinct lack of options. There was barely anything to do around here other than twiddle her thumbs! Although considering her feelings, it's not like twiddling her thumbs would be any less entertaining than, say, playing with some toys. Thus was the life of Yui Ayukawa. Opting to humor her mother and father as usual, Yui just sauntered off to wander around the property. Perhaps she may even find something to pique her interest for a few seconds. That would be certainly be a nice experience. After taking the time to patrol the area directly around the household, Yui took note of the sunflower field nearby. She looked back to her family and surmised that they wouldn't be finishing up any time soon, and entered the field. Not long after entering, some kind of bird flew by, flapping its wings in her face before flying a few circles around. "Are you taunting me, bird?" Yui asked impassively, eyes narrowing at the animal as it zipped away, "I will not be defeated so easily." Despite the odd combination, Yui wore sneakers along with her traditional garb. This meant that running in the yukata would be no trouble. She hiked up the robe and gave chase, all with the same neutral expression.