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    Senior gamer, 83 years old.

    "Aging society" is expanding in Japan day by day. I have no idea how they survive in this nation. But I got a tip from one family member whom I met after a half year interval.
    His name is Kenji Sunaga, a dragon-year-born typical aged senior. He is healthy, but stomachless after his operation of cancer 6 years ago.
    Every morning after breakfast, he turns on FamiCom game device, which he has been playing over 20 years. The game itself looks easy at first, and it is getting more difficult and faster to beat the computer partner. It takes about 30 minutes to accomplish one round. The day I investigated, he won at the final game. Then I knew that made his life.

    The skilled gamer's day seems busy. In the afternoon, he never forgets to play the trumpet, which has been played since his childhood.
    His spouse confessed he likes to choose "Steak" or "Grilled eel" for lunch. The invisible stomach can digest beer and sake at night.

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