B： Good afternoon （にこにこ）
B： Please put your bag on the chair.
B： Please have a seat
B： Please tell me your name and where you came from today.
My name is …, and my nickname is …. I came from Meguro, Tokyo.
A： Is that where you were born?
No, I was born in Fukuoka in 1949.
A： Do you remember anything about Fukuoka?
Yes, I go back to my hometown once a year.
A： So how long have you been in Tokyo?
I’ve lived in Tokyo for about 35 years.
A： Where would you recommend I visit if I were to go to Fukuoka?
I would recommend Dazaifu Tenmangu. Dazaifu Tenmangu is a shrine that enshrines Sugawara Michizane,who was an ancient politician and academic person.
A： Let me ask you a few questions. What do you think about the non-Japanese Sumo champion?
I have no problem with the non-Japanese grand champion. Sumo should became a global sport like judo. So I would agree with a situation where the grand champion is non-Japanese.
A： OK. The next question is about the treatment of childbirth in Japan. How do you think this treatment is different in Japan from other countries?
I happen to have experienced both cases. My elder daughter was born in
Tokyo, and my second daughter and son were born in the US. In Tokyo, I
took my wife to the hospital by taxi when there was sign of delivery around
midnight. Then she stayed in the hospital for 3 to 4 days after giving
A： The next question is about the privatization of the Postal Services
I think there are three categories of services currently provided by Japan Post ; postal services, savings, and insurance. As for savings and insurance, I think there will be no problem even if they are privatized. But as for postal services, unprofitable areas may not be able to receive the service if it was privatized. There should be regulations by the government to ensure that services are carried out in non-profitable areas as well.
A： Thank you. Very good!
Thank you very much.
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