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.
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?
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.
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.
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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