B: Please have a seat, and relax.
B: Thank you for coming today.
Thank you for having me today.
B: First, please tell us your name and where you are from.
My name is ○○○○. I'm originally from ○○○○, but now I live in ○○○○.
A: Please tell me why Japanese do not invite people to their homes, and take them out instead?
Japanese people feel a bit reluctant to invite people, or guests to their homes when they are not so close to each other. Well, there are many places to visit and see, and so they think they will have more fun out.
A: What do you think about postal privatization?
I think it's a good move. I hope it will become successful and so we will have better services.
The services in the rural and urban areas should be equal. I think that's very important.
A: So do you think the government support is needed?
No, I don't think so. The government support is not necessary. I mean, well, I live in a rural area and people are worried about, they fear that there will be fewer post offices and they will have inconveniences.
What I expect is that the postal business will improve and they can provide various services to people both in rural areas and urban areas. The post office staff need to work harder and make their business more successful just like other private companies do.
A: Please tell me what the difference between kimono and yukata is.
Kimono is made of silk and yukata is made of cotton. So yukata is a casual kimono and many young women wear it at summer festivals. Because kimono is made of silk, it's more expensive than yukata. Many women have one or two yukata, even if they don't have kimono.
A: So, yukata is more casual?
A: Thank you. That's all.
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