Later, Claude finds Yune writing a letter to her older sister, Shione, on scrap paper. Claude is surprised by Japanese writing and has Yune write her name in Japanese. Claude runs off to get back to work. Also despite Yune’s modesty, Claude promises that he will buy Yune proper paper for her to write her letter on. Claude finishes the sign, which is based off of the second syllable in Yune’s name which means “sound”. Yune explains that Japanese love the sounds of nature. Claude goes to deliver the sign to the customer, leaving Yune to watch over the store.
Claude stops by the crafts store after delivering the sign. He runs into Oscar. At the store, Yune notices a gray cat sitting outside the store. She resists the urge to pet the cat. It starts raining and Oscar arrives at the store. He tells Yune that Claude was on his way to buy paper. Yune remembers that Claude did not bring an umbrella. Yune grabs her Japanese umbrella and goes to find Claude, leaving Oscar to watch over the store.
Claude sees Yune and they share a moment under the umbrella. They take a more scenic route home, as Claude explains rain does not last very long in Paris. The rain stops just in time for the two to watch a beautiful orange sunset. They also hear the bells ringing in the distance. Yune smiles to herself as she enjoys the sounds of Paris.
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