B： Please sit down.
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.
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.
Thank you very much.
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