This article is brought to you by the solo-grillin’ mountain folk over at Tokyo Desu.

Japanese outdoor goods retailer Doppleganger Outdoor is offering up the perfect solo grilling tool for anyone who’s contemplated becoming a mountain hermit but who lack confidence in their hunting and trapping skills.

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The “Solo BBQ Grill” looks like a small briefcase and unfolds to reveal a charcoal grill just big enough for one. The marketing image for the grill suggests you use it to cook what appears to be random detritus you found in a dumpster while looking melancholy, which, let’s face it, if you’re a long-time reader of TokyoDesu, is probably what you were planning on doing this hanami season anyway.

Of course, even if you’re not the Forever Alone type, the grill’s portability means you could potentially use it to cook fresh, delicious meat bits in a variety of unorthodox locations, such as at your desk at work, in bed on a lazy Sunday, or on your ex-girlfriend’s lawn while you wait for her to come home so you can fruitlessly beg her for the third time this week to take you back.

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