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B: Hello.(愛想よし)

Hello.

B: Please sit down.

Thank you.

B: Please tell us your name and where you are from.

Yes. My name is … and I’m from Neyagawa city in Osaka prefecture.

B: My name is … and I’m going to ask you some questions.

Yes, please.

A: Princes Nori got married recently. What do you think of this?

(女性天皇についてどう思うか?という質問は予想しいたが、この問いは意外であった)I was very happy at the news because I thought she was one of the people who were unlikely to find a partner.

A: Now tell us about meoto-jawan.

It is a pair of rice bowls. The bigger one is for the husband and the smaller one is for the wife. You can buy it as a souvenir at sightseeing spots. They are usually made o woods, porcelain and so forth.

A: Next question. Women are getting married later these days. Why ?

Because they are economically independent, so they don’t need to get married so early.

A: Japanese often take off their shoes in everyday life. Why?

Japanese have a long tradition of living without shoes in their houses. Tatami mat is very clean, so there is no need to wear shoes in their houses.(日本の家庭について説明しようとしたが言葉につまる)

A:That’s it. Thank you very much. 

(AとCは常に無言であった)

Thank you very much.



 
 
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