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Good morning. (入室と同時に)

A: B: C: Good morning. (一同明るく)

May I put my belongings here? (左のいすに)

B: Sure. Please sit down.

Thank you.

B: First, please tell us your name.

My name is ○○○.

B: Where are you from?

I live in ○○○.

A: Now, I’ll ask you some questions. Why can’t Japanese salaried men have much allowance?

(2次セミナーでやったことだったので、思い出しながら答えた)

In Japanese society, the family budget tends to be left to the wife. I think that’s why Japanese salaried men can’t have much allowance.

A: Why is the family budget left to the wife?

Traditionally, in Japan, women tend to be housewives and have to do housework, and men tend to be breadwinners.

A: I see. Next, do you have nabe meal?

Yes. Especially in winter, we often have nabe. It’s easy to cook and contains a lot of nutrition.

A: What kind of nabe would you recommend to foreigners?

I would recommend that non-Japanese people should have tara, or cod nabe. It consists of cod, some vegetables, shiitake mushrooms and so on. It contains a lot of nutrition.

(また言ってしまった)

B: On which occasion do you have nabe?

In winter, for example, at year-end party with my college friends. Especially in winter season.

A: Sounds delicious. Now I’ll ask you a Japanese thing.

(と日本的事象を尋ねられて何とか答えたのですが、何のことだったか記憶に残っていません。すみません。)

A: OK. Thank you.

Thank you very much. Thank you very much for giving me this opportunity.

A: You’re welcome.



 
 
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