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B: Hello.

(ニコニコ)

Hello.

B: Please sit down.

Thank you.

A: Please tell me your name.

My name is ….

A: Where do you live?

I live in Chiba Prefecture. I live in Chiba City.

A: When did you come here?

I came here the day before yesterday.

A: Let me ask you some questions. Why are public places in Japan so
clean?

Parents and school teachers tell children not to litter public places.
But actually, I don’t agree with this view. Young people throw trash
all over the place recently. So it depends on the person.

A: What do you think about tourism in Japan?

(日本人の旅行熱について聞かれたと思うが、質問は少し違っていたかも知れない)

This isn’t just a recent trend. Japanese people have enjoyed traveling
to visit shrines and temples since the Edo era.

(この後、日本人の海外旅行と海外からの訪問客の話に移る。途中の経過は覚えていない)

The number of Japanese who go abroad is twice as large as the number of
foreign visitors to Japan. So the Japanese government wants to correct
the imbalance of the two figures. The government recently decided to
boost the number of foreign visitors, though I don’t know the concrete
measures in detail.

(この後、何か相づちを打ってくれたように思うが、何と言ったかは覚えていない。次の質問に移る。)

A: What is owan?

(owanの部分が聞き取れなくて”I beg your pardon?”と聞いた。二回目の質問で了解し、答える。)

Owan is a kind of wooden bowl which is usually lacquered beautifully.
We use it when eating miso soup and some people use it even when they
eat rice.

A: Thank you for coming today.

Thank you very much.


 


 
 
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