"A-ah, she didn't learn to fight for a specific career. Our grandfather was an American naval officer at Okinawa before retiring, and taught us each skills that suited our personalities. There's a lot of overlap, but that's one of her unique talents like cooking seafood-based dishes is for me." Toshiro was getting a little embarrassed about opening up to such a degree. He forced himself to continue though, since he wouldn't make friends being overly withdrawn. "I don't necessarily see her going into law enforcement in a conventional way. She's a bit too free-spirited to fit into a normal command structure. She's like Dad in that regard."
He then heard Ran offer to come along and smiled gently. "Speaking of Dad, he works all kinds of odd jobs because of that freedom. Sometimes I'm alone at the apartment for days at a time, sometimes he randomly pops in and stays for a day or two, so I'd give...about 70% odds that he won't be home. You can both come if you like, as long as that's okay. The recipes aren't secret or anything. It's the Adaru Apartments in 3-chōme, south of Beika General Hospital." That particular apartment building was in the chōme directly east of and within walking distance of the Mouri Detective Agency, and was not much of a detour from the route to Sonoko's house.
"Oh, and fair warning if he's home...he might tease me for bringing home two girls after my first day of school, but he wouldn't really mean anything by it. He's actually been worried about how I'd do switching schools. Some fathers have some sort of obligation to be embarrassing to their kids though..." He decided to warn these two ahead of time to at least mitigate that embarrassing possibility.