- Introductory Line: "My, my, you must be ___. I'm Yun. I run the Tea House. Please stop by for a meal.""
- "A very good morning to you, __. Your workday starts early on the farm, doesn't it?"
- "A very good morning to you. Are you hungry? I'm feeling hungry."
- "Hello, hello! ___, you're growing crops at your farm, right? I'd love to cook with them!"
- "Good evening, dearie. I'd better get the kitchen ready for tomorrow."
- "___, dearie. Hello, hello! Can you spare some time to play with Ying? It would be a big favor to me!"
- "I'm sorry, the tea house is closed today."
- "Are you hungry? Talk to me across the counter to order food."
- "My, I'm always busy. Even when there are no customers, there's a lot of cleaning to do!"
- "My shop means everything to me. I suppose just as your farm does to you, ___."
- "My husband and I used to go on dates here. It hasn't changed a bit."
- In the evening: "Oh my, look at the time! I need to get things ready for tomorrow."
- You visit from Bluebell: "___, you must be tired after coming such a long way. Relax and have a rest."
- "___, If you don't eat properly you won't have enough energy for your work!"
- During a typhoon: Won't this wind ever die down? Ying is terrified."
- After a typhoon: "The weather was simply awful yesterday, so I had to close my tea house. What a shame."
- Snowstorm: "Such a lot of snow! Plenty to frolic in, so Ying will be happy."
- When shown a blue feather: "Oh, a blue feather? How lovely for you. Is the lucky recipient anyone I know?"
At Town Hall:
- "Rahi is a good friend to Ying. They spend a lot of time together."
- "Mayor Ina is so good at running the village. Even as a little girl, she loved to organize things. It was adorable!"
- Three flowers: "You know little Ying? She's my granddaughter. What an adorable child!"
- Four flowers: "I buy the crops I cook with here from Gombe. That man grows delicious crops, I'll tell you."
- Five flowers: "Ying is in delicate health. It's best for her to have a quiet life in our fresh air. So her parents asked me ot care for her for a while."
- Six flowers: "My husband passed away a long time ago. When I was grieving, all the villagers were there for me. I wanted to repay their kindness, so I opened my tea house."
- Liked: "Oh my, what a nice gift! Thank you, dearie!"
- Neutral: "Thank you, ___. How nice!"
- Multiple gifts: "Another gift? That's simply too many today. I couldn't."
- "Birthday presents like this are nice to get at any age. Thank you."
- "A birthday present? Oh my goodness, so it is! What a pleasant surprise. It's very nice."
You live in Bluebell and visit Bluebell on a festival day: "___, you're going to observe our festival, hmm? Our festivals are very nice."
- You live in Konohana and win:
- "With such good food, you could put me out of business! Hee hee! Oh, I'm just kidding dearie. I know you wouldn't do that."
- "Congratulations! Your cooking was marvelous. Even I could learn from you."
- You live in Konohana and lost: "Oh, that Cooking Festival... what a heartbreaking loss. Next time will be different."
- Lose: "Ying was rooting for you, so cheer up! Next time you'll win it."
- "For me? Thank you. What a pleasant fragrance."
- "My, that was a pleasure! Ying seemed ot enjoy herself too. I'm glad I brought her."
- "I haven't seen Ying so happy in a long time. Hee hee."
New Years Festival
- "This year's soba noodles come with grated yam. I grated plenty of yam, so if anybody wants more, please say so!"
Before a Festival:
- "Ha ha! I better cook enough for the whole town. Festivals make them hungry!"
After a Festival:
- "Everyone, young and old, gets involved in our festivals here in Konohana. Festivals keep us together as a community."
- "Wasn't that a pleasant festival? It always is."
- "The festival is over. Did you have a good time, dearie?"
- "That festival is always special to me. Ying loves it so."