A: Good morning. Please have a seat.
B: May I have your name?
My name is ....
B: Where do you live?
I live in ...city, Chiba Prefecture.
A: How long did it take to come here?
It took me about one hour to come here by train.
A: Today, I'll ask you three questions. First, I'll ask you about Japanese. Why do Japanese people take massages and aroma therapy?
I think one reason is that Japanese people, especially office workers, are under much pressure or stress at the workplace. So it's necessary for them to reduce stress and regain energy for tomorrow. That's why they take massages.
B: Do you take massages or aroma therapy?
Yes, I do. Personally, I enjoy taking a bath. I'm soaked in the bathtub, reading books.
A: Ok. Next, I'll ask you about Japanese society. What do you think about the
super ice age?
A: Have you ever heard of the super ice age?
Do you mean young people today are difficult to get a job?
I think this is one of the serious problems in Japan. One of the reasons for
this is that many companies are working hard on corporate restructuring to ensure
A: Mr. ...., I'll ask you about Japanese culture. How would you describe "onigiri"?
Onigiri is a rice ball. We make Japanese rice in the hands in triangle. We
put umeboshi, I mean Japanese apricot, shaved bonito or kelp in it.
A: Ok, Mr...., that' all for today. Thank you for coming.
B: Thank you very much.
A: You'll travel to .... and I hope you'll enjoy the rest of the day.
Thank you very much for the interview today.
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