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B: Good afternoon.

Good afternoon.

B: Please put your bag on that chair and have a seat.

Thank you.

B: May I have your name, please?

My name is ○○○○.

B: Where do you come from?

I live in ○○○○ city, Osaka prefecture.

A: Please answer as if you were a real tour guide.

Yes.

A: How long do you live in ○○○○ city?

I have been living there for about 25 years.

A: I arrived at Kansai Airport. Where do you want to bring me in Kansai?

In this season, I would like to bring a foreign guests to Kyoto, to see colored maple trees, especially, in Tofuku temple and Ryoan temple.

A: What do you think about the Japanese pension system?

I think the Japanese pension system couldn't be supported because Japanese population is decreasing these days.

A: Why not?

Pension system wouldn't be feasible because pension fund becomes lesser as the population decreases.

A: What do you think about the relationship between Japan and Korea?

I think the relationship between those two countries become worse after Prime Minister Koizumi’s visit to Yasukuni Shrine.

(最近の韓流ブームなどの明るい話題にまず触れておくべきだったと深く反省)

A: The relationships get worse after Koizumi’s Yasukuni visit?

Yes, I think so.

A: What's the difference between temples and shrines?

Temples are a place for Buddhism. The shrine is a place for Shinto.

A: What is Shinto?

Shinto is the traditional Japanese religion which regards everything in the world as God.

(八百万の神の事を言いたかったのですが、失敗)

A: Really?

Yes, I think so.

(Godは一神教の神なので、神道の神とは違うという事をご指摘頂いたのだと思うのですが、せっかくの助け船を沈没させてしまいました。せめてリフレーズすべきだった)

A: What is "kanzashi"?

"Kanzashi" is Japanese traditional instruments like a stick.

(何を言えば良いのか分からず、途中で3秒ほど沈黙)

A: Hair dress goods?

Yes.

A: That’s all. Thank you.

Thank you very much.



 
 
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