B: Please sit down. Good morning. May I have your name and could you tell
My name is…. I live in Yokohama, Kanagawa Prefecture.
B: Thank you.
A: Ok, ○○（私の名前）, I have a few questions. First, there have been a
（ちょっとつまった後に）People go to department stores or shops to buy
A: You mean they are sold out?
A: Well, so Tokyo isn’t safe, is it?
Umm. But we can’t …（つまる）. As for earthquakes, we can’t expect,（あ、
A: How about schools?
I’m not sure about schools, but I hear some schools teach students how to
A: Oh, I see. And these days young people go on a diet but often eat fast
I don’t agree with it.（Aが何度も頷く）
Because fast food contains things that are not good for health. I think
A: Why is Japanese food so good?
Because traditional Japanese food includes a lot of vegetables and tofu…
A:（頷きながら）What kind of Japanese food do you recommend?
I recommend tofu dishes. In Yokohama there is a restaurant that serves a
A: Oh, tofu. Does that place specialize in tofu?（にこにこ）
Yes, it does.
A: Thank you.（と言いながら何かメモする）
You are welcome.
A: Well, this month I often see many children in kimono, umm, shichigosan?
Shichigosan literally means seven, five, and three. That means seven years
A: You said seven-year-old children?
I’m sorry, I made a mistake. Seven-year-old girls, five-year-old boys and
A:（笑いながら）That’s OK. No problem.（と言いながらまたメモを取る）（Bは
A: And boys wear suits, right?
Well, some boys wear … kimono.
Yes, and some boys wear Western-style suits.
A: Oh, I see. Well, thank you very much for today.
B: Thank you very much.
Thank you very much for your time.
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