B： What's your name?
My name is ○○○○. I live in ○○○○.
B： Oh, how long have you been in ○○○○?
I have lived in ○○○○ since I was born except one-year stay in the U.S.
B： Where were you?
I was in ○○○○.
B： Did you do gambling?
No, I was only 17 years old.
B： Now what's Pachinko Parlor?
I don’t know much about Pachinko Parlor because I haven't been inside Pachinko Parlor. I don't like the noise and cigarette smoke. But I can tell you what I know. It's an upright pinball machine, and …
B： Why is pachinko so popular?
I think it's easy to operate, just grab the tab and make the steel balls move.
B： What do you think about overworking people in Japan?
I think overworking is a kind of virtue unique to Japanese people. People often work till late. Of course efficiency is the best, but working long hours is highly esteemed in Japanese society.
B： What is "wagashi"?
It is my favorite. Wagashi is Japanese sweets made from sweet bean paste. It's good for health, I mean, compared with cakes containing butter. It's healthy. Kyoto is famous for wagashi.
B： Thank you. It was nice talking with you.
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