Hello, Good afternoon. Nice to meet you.
A:Hello, please sit down, and please put your stuff on the desk behind.
Is it OK to keep this, my glasses just in case?
A:Oh, OK. Please tell us your name and where are you from.
My name is .... I'm from .... and grew up in .... （ここで海外在住を聞いてくるだろうと予想していましたが、何のコメントもなく本題へ突入、拍子抜け。）
A:OK. Mr. .... Suppose I'm a tourist and I'll give you some questions. Are you ready?
Yes, I'm ready.
A:In Japan, Why is it dry in winter?
Well･･････ （全く予期せぬ質問に困惑） I think there are several reasons, and one of them is that we use a lot of air-conditioning systems especially in large cities like Tokyo, Osaka ･･･ This could cause･･･
A:OK in large cities but how about country side? （ヒントをくれるように）
Rural areas? Yes, well, I think that the global warming is related to this･･･
A:Global warming?? Is this related to this issue???
Well, not heavily but partly･･･.
A:Next question. In Japan there are many statues in temples. Actually I visited a temple yesterday.
What is the common statue?
I think the most famous one is a large statue of Buddha and two famous ones are found in Nara and Kamakura.
A:Not famous one but common one. What kind of statues there are?
Common one･･･ I think 'Amida nyorai' is one of the common ones, who has got many hands.（阿弥陀如来しか頭に浮かばず。しかも無数の手をもつ仏像は観音像のようです。）
A:Why do they have a lot of hands?
Well, to be honest, I'm not sure, but I guess, he or she promised to save all the people･･･but I'll check it later.
A:I heard Akihabara in Tokyo is very famous for computers. Can you tell me the best shop in Akihabara?
Yes, you’re interested in purchasing computers. It is true that Akihabara is very famous. There are many shops for example, Ishimaru denki (何故石丸電気か？これが急に浮かんだ）and other big chain stores. I would not say only one shop, rather than that, I would recommend to go to many shops and enjoy seeing them and you can find the best one.
A:I’m worried ･･･.
A:I'm worried the specification, if it works in my country･･･
No problem. They are familiar with computers, and can advise you. Many people from Western, Middle East and other countries visit Akihabara, so sales clerks can deal with this kind of issues.
A:Oh, that’s good.
A:OK. Interview is over now.
Really it is over?
A:Yes, thank you very much.
Thank you very much. I really enjoyed.
ドアを出る際に再度、thank you very much.