B : Have a seat.
A : What is your name?
My name is ?.
A : Where are you from?
I'm from Osaka.
A : Did you grow up there?
（growが聞き取れなくて、２度も聞き直した）I grew up in Kyoto.
A : Where in Kyoto?
A : Uji, south of Kyoto City.
A : What is your job?
I work for a company as a salesman.
A, B, C : （笑う）
A : What kind of company?
I am a salesman for semiconductor-related items.
A : How is your company going?
Due to the boom of cellular phones and DVDs, business is good.
I would take you to Kinkakuji Temple in the north of Kyoto. The temple was refurbished, meaning gold sheets were replaced a few years ago, so it must be very beautiful now.
A : What do you think of the Hanshin Tigers? Were you excited?
Yes, I was excited. Though I'm not a big fan of professional baseball, I was exited this year. As I am kind of a native person of this area, I was excited this year.
A : You grew up in Kyoto, and you now work in Osaka. What's the difference between Kyoto and Osaka?
Well, Kyoto is more sophisticated and influenced by bushi. Osaka is the second largest city and more commercialized. Kyoto is a more cultural city, and Osaka is a business city.
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