The Bears Bear a Bare Kuma – Chapter 43


Chapter 43 – Bear-san Becomes Commerce Rank F

I’m already exhausted.
I’m sad about my nonexistent writing ability.


That certain location was the Commerce Guild.
The Commerce Guild was crowded with people, just like yesterday.
I don’t want to think that all of this is my fault.
As I stood in the middle of the crowd, looking at the entrance, I noticed that Tirumina-san was there.
My eyes met Tirumina-san’s.


「Hello, Tirumina-san. What’s wrong, for you to be standing in this place?」

「I came to the Commerce Guild to see if there was work here.」


「Yes. In reality, I intended to return to being an adventurer, but I was stopped by my family. I thought that, in that case, since I am able to read, write, and calculate, isn’t there work in that direction? So I came to the Commerce Guild to look.」

Reading and writing…

「Tirumina-san, would you like to work at my place?」

「At Yuna-chan’s place?」

「I started a new business a bit ago, but if I had Tirumina-san’s help, it would be greatly appreciated.」

I wanted a manager for the egg business, and an intermediary for the Commerce Guild.

「By the way, what kind of work?」

「Oh, right, though explaining it here is a bit…」

There were a lot of merchants around us.
I didn’t want to release the information about the eggs yet, so we moved to a different location.
Though it was troublesome, we returned to the Bear House.

「So then, what’s the business?」

「I intend to sell Clucker eggs.」

I took an egg out from the Bear Box.

「A Clucker’s egg?」

「For now, I’m raising Cluckers at the edge of town. That’s why, I want to ask Tirumina-san to work as a manager.」

After that, I explained the situation simply to Tirumina-san.
About raising the Cluckers at the orphanage, making them lay eggs, and selling them at the Commerce Guild.

「As for the management, is it about managing the Cluckers? I’ve never brought up a bird, or anything else, before.」

「I’m going to have the children from the orphanage handle the management of the Cluckers. Tirumina-san, please handle the sales to the Commerce Guild.」


「After this, I intend to go to the Commerce Guild and set up the sales contract for the eggs. I want Tirumina-san to do the management and accounting for that, like confirming the number of eggs, the price, and checking the accounting books for accuracy. The children from the orphanage can’t do that, after all.」

「I understand the situation. However, isn’t this a considerably serious matter? Are you okay with me?」

「I don’t have very many acquaintances in this town, so if it’s Tirumina-san, I know fairly well what kind of person you are.」

「I understand. I’ll take this job then. It seems like my daughter and I will become even more indebted to Yuna-chan after this.」

I had acquired a manager for the eggs and money.
With this, I was reducing my workload at a steady pace.
I headed to the Commerce Guild for the second time, along with Tirumina-san.

The Commerce Guild was still overflowing with people, even now.
I spiritedly ventured into the crowd and looked for a receptionist.
I searched for Mylene-san, who was in charge of me. (Self-decided)
She wasn’t at the reception desk.
I wonder if she is taking the day off?

「Ara, Yuna-san, what are you here for today? Also, who is that person?」

A voice called out from behind me.
When I turned around, Mylene-san was there.

「Why, from behind me?」

「I was on a break, so I had gone outside for a bit.」

「I have something to consult with you, but…」

Mylene-san’s eyes lit up.
It’s kind of scary though.

「Yes, I understand. I’ll show you to a separate room.」

I was caught by Mylene-san and taken away.
Tirumina-san followed behind us.

「So then, what did you want to talk about?」
「I want to sell this, but…」

I took an egg out from the Bear Box.

「Is this an egg from a Clucker?」

「It’s good that you can tell from just a glance.」

「That’s because I have worked as a receptionist for many years. So, you want to sell this? Of course, it’s likely that customers who want this will come here.」

「Can you sell this regularly?」

「Regularly? Roughly how frequently?」

「For now, around ten to twenty a day, but in the future, I hope to reach around a thousand a day.」

「…Yuna-san, are you actually saying that?」

「That’s what I’m saying.」

「The Clucker’s habitat is far away from this town, and it also takes time to catch them. Moreover, the eggs are only edible for a few days after being laid, and it is impossible to keep them for a long period of time.」

「It’s all right, because I plan to raise Cluckers.」

「To raise them…it can’t be, the land around the orphanage?」

「Correct. I plan to use the children from the orphanage to raise them.」

「You don’t say! Such a thing-」

「Well, it’s fine even if you don’t believe me, as long as you properly buy the eggs. So, what’s the possibility of selling eggs everyday?」

「That’s right. It depends on the price, but it’s possible.」

「I’ll leave the pricing to you, so please take care of it.」

It’s best to leave specialized things to an expert.

「But, is that okay?」

「About what?」

「If the number of eggs increases, it is inevitable for the price to drop. That’s why it may not be necessary to forcibly increase the supply.」

「There are many reasons though; I want normal people to be able to eat eggs. After that, the fact that the eggs are being produced at the orphanage will eventually be revealed. When that happens, a large number of cheap eggs is less likely to be stolen than a small number of expensive eggs, and the children in the orphanage will be safer as well.」

In addition, in “this” world, there weren’t many egg dishes because the value of eggs was too high.
If it became inexpensive, the number of dishes would probably increase, I think.

「Please pardon me. For you to have thought about this to that degree. Though I try not to, in this line of work, thoughts about how to make a profit tend to come first.」

The three of us , including Tirumina-san, discussed together and drew up a contract after that.

Someone will go to the chicken coop at the orphanage everyday to pick up the eggs.

The selling price will be left to the guild.

The feed of vegetable scraps will be arranged by the guild.

The money will be delivered once every ten days.

Tirumina-san will oversee and carry out the delivery of the eggs.

The acquisition method of the eggs and the people involved will be kept a secret.

Oh, and one more thing was put in at the end of the contract.

「Is all that for the contract?」


「With that, Yuna-san, I need to do the registration for the Commerce Guild, so I’ll have to ask for your guild card.」


「Yes, you have to register, otherwise it isn’t possible for you to conduct business.」

Can you please stop with the “even a child knows that much” face?

「Is it okay if I am the only one to register?」

「No, Tirumina-san too, please. At the time when you deliver the eggs, it will be necessary to check your guild card.」

「So, is it okay to use the card from the Adventurer’s Guild for the guild card?」

「Yes. The guild card is the same everywhere, it is just that different contents will be added to the card.」

She placed the guild card on the quartz plate at the corner of the room and operated the plate.

The registration ended within a few minutes, and the guild cards were returned to us.

「Now then, I’ll explain about the Commerce Guild and the card.」

I checked my card.

Name: Yuna
Age: 15 years old
Occupation: Bear
Adventurer Rank: D
Commerce Rank: F

As usual, my profession remains as a Bear.

「Commerce rank?」

「The commerce rank is similar to the adventurer rank, and indicates the level of a merchant. When the rank is high, your credibility will rise as well. That is why, when you engage in business in a new town, there will be a lot of advantages if your rank is high.」


「Such as being given land with good locations to rent, introductions to important people, or borrowing items. After all, a great merchant is likely to bring good benefits to the town.」

I see.

The higher the rank, the higher the trust. It was the same with adventurers then.

「How do I raise my rank?」

「It depends on the degree you contribute to the Commerce Guild. Or, in short, it becomes a measure of how much tax you have paid.」

Somehow, it was easy to understand.

「Other than that, it is the same in any town. You are obliged to report any ongoing transactions to the Commerce Guild. People who conduct business without permission will be punished, so please take care.」

「What about when I sell monster materials?」

「There are no problems for the portion you sell to the guild. However, please notify us if you open a shop or a street stall.」


I don’t have any plans to start a store at the moment.

「Also, similar to the Adventurer’s Guild, money can be entrusted to us. Just know, the money looked after by the Adventurer’s Guild and the Commerce guild will be linked. It is possible to withdraw the entrusted money at either the Adventurer’s Guild or the Commerce Guild.」

I had received an explanation in the Adventurer’s Guild, but I wasn’t using it.

There was the Bear Box as well, but the money I brought from Japan was a huge amount.

Even if ten billion yen became ten billion and one million yen, it didn’t make much of a difference.

「So then, Yuna-san, what will you do with the proceeds from the egg sales? Will you receive it in cash, or will you establish a recurring transfer to Tirumina-san’s card?」

「To Tirumina-san’s card, please.」

「Please wait a moment.」

Tirumina-san called out for us to wait.

「What is it?」

「Do you mean all of it?」

「That’s right. There is the matter of Tirumina-san and the children’s wages, as well as any necessary expenses. It will be troublesome for me to prepare it every time, you see.」

「I see, you say…? Although I’m happy that you trust me this much, I cannot agree to the possibility of having to manage a large amount of money.」

「In that case, what about deciding on a set amount of money beforehand? Just transfer the necessary amount over to Tirumina-san’s card. The rest can be entered into Yuna-san’s account?」

「Is it possible to do it that way?」

「Yes. In situations where the merchant and the payroll manager is different, it is often done this way.」

I decided on the necessary amount of money for Tirumina-san and the children’s wages, and placed the remainder onto my card.

Having planned to this degree, we left the rest of the decisions to the Commerce Guild and left.

It would be fine if I came back again when something else was necessary.

I handed over the eggs I brought today as a free sample.

It was for the sake of having regular customers.

To ensure regular customers, you must be able to take a loss.

After we left the Commerce Guild, Tirumina-san and I headed towards the orphanage to introduce her, as well as to hold the rest of the discussions.
Basically, I asked the Director to continue overseeing the management of the orphanage.
I handed over the remuneration for the children’s work and asked her to take care of the food, clothing, and shelter.
I asked Liz to help take care of the children.
Of course, I also paid Liz a wage.
Tirumina-san would manage the money for the eggs and be the one to deal with the Commerce Guild.
What about me?
I didn’t do anything.
I made the henhouse and the surrounding wall, as well as procuring the birds and establishing the contract with the Commerce Guild.
There was no role left for me.
If I had to name one, maybe it was that I should get more birds at regular intervals to increase the number of birds?



49 thoughts on “The Bears Bear a Bare Kuma – Chapter 43

  1. Thanks for the chapter.

    Yuna doesn’t realize how much she really does though. She sees a problem, and she fixes it by seeing an opportunity/shortage and fixing that, giving a large number of people work and laying the groundwork for an industry. Silly bear underestimating her ridiculousness.

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    1. Ayep, kinda pisses me off when “heroes” or whatever in other novels are just like “Yo, I see some orphans, here you go, some money for food” and then leave, instead of considering the future too.


      1. Kaaha

        “give a man a fish and you feed him for a day; teach a man to fish and you feed him for a lifetime”. Its that kind of thing. Other than teaching the children the way to work in society, it also prevent them from being useless adult who depends on other and being independent. Bear-chan don’t really did it for the munny but for the children future.

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          1. Is that one day the day you kill the chicken and eat it after it stops making eggs?

            If so, the meat might be a bit tough because it’s gotten so old. I suggest boiling it and maybe dipping the fairly-tasteless meat in soy sauce. The brothy soup should still taste quite nice. Maybe break a few green onions in it before you eat. Slice a potato or two as well.

            … what?

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      2. lol exactly, she doesn’t care for the money, but for the kids. But at the same time she doesn’t want to do any work so she’s pushing all the responsibility on everyone else. Which is win-win cause it helps them!

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        1. Waht

          On this point, I actually wonder….She…Doesn’t care about money? Huh?
          Back on earth, she was a stock-market genius with lord knows how much assets under her name.
          You want to tell me she suddenly doesn’t give a frack about money? Even back when she gave out her questionnaire, she claimed she probably only cares about money.
          I find her flippant philanthropy to be out of character. Even if she has a buttload of money, if she starts out as someone with a passion for business, I doubt she’ll end up as a huge philanthropist.

          Well, it’s easier to explain this entire issue as: “The author wanted his MC to live freely without worrying about anything“, which I don’t really mind — but if that was the author’s goal, I wouldn’t really bother too much with semantics.
          So, I wouldn’t say: “Yuna doesn’t care about money!”, it’s a scenario in which Yuna does not really exist, as she seems to be nothing but the author’s avatar for easy writing. I wouldn’t think too hard about a mary-sue.


          1. She does care about money it’s that she cares more about restoring her Japanese lifestyle and getting chickens to lay eggs is cheaper in the long run than buying eggs every time you need eggs. And remember what she said if you have ten billion dollars an extra million won’t make much of a difference


    1. Waht

      I think you guys are overthinking this.
      Yuna does all this work, because the author doesn’t have anything else to write about. And I don’t mean to mudsling the author, but merely write a very basic truth: Daily-authors can easily run out of ideas, especially one which admitted time and time again to “write randomally based on random ideas that pop at the moment”.

      I wouldn’t put all of that work on Yuna’s credit, when this is basically nothing more than the author’s attempt to take the story somewhere.


    1. Waht

      I found that to be extremely bizarre. The villagers themselves caught the chickens, yet they never thought of raising poultry themselves? Raising livestock is as ancient as one can imagine, the idea that nobody in that world thought of raising animals for their benefit is quite the error on side of the author.

      Usually, when Mary-Sue characters do something that seems normal to us, but outlandish to the inhabitants of the fantasy-world — it’s usually something that makes sense they’ll never come up with, perhaps like that hair-dryer.
      But…Livestock? Eh? I would understand if they were rowdy and tough to catch, but they’re just big chickens.
      I’m going in circles here, but my point is — I can see why the author is so frustrated (all of these self-deprecating, “I suck at writing” messages at the start of the chapters). It seems like the author is running out of ideas here. :/


      1. It’s not that they dont know how to raise poultry, it’s because the chicken in that world fly even if its not high and they run fast so making a chicken coop like Yuna did would take years to complete and it would take a lot of money even if they hire a magician considering the future profit the value of the egg will go down and the income is low….


  2. Oak

    thanks for the chapter,
    she should develop a form of bear mark, white bear on the wrist/or door, means a friend who’s under bear’sans protection, black bear on the forehead means the person did a bad thing and has been punished by the bloody bear

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  3. Animelover

    THeres an old saying “Lazy people are the true geniuses since they can order people around” or something. But it’s true. She’s the one sitting down on the throne. The mind is more important then being a labor worker


  4. Aero

    I love this story!!! Ahhh!!! I’ve always been bothered when plots turned to this (with a very very few being the exception), and now this story has joined their ranks and I’m so happy!


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