B: Please put your bag and sit down here.
B: What's your name? And where do you live?
My name is … and I live in …, approximately 20km from the center of Tokyo, north east bound.
A: Don't be nervous, please.
Thank you. I'll try.
A: I have three questions for you. The other day, I overheard from my shoulder that they could not spend much money in the restaurant. Why do people say like this?
Well, I think there are two reasons for this. One is that the current economic situation will not allow them to spend much money, although our economy is gradually improving. Another is that people can not tell how long this sluggish economic situation will continue, therefore, they do not spend much money freely and they keep it as a saving for their future.
A: Next is that many people have gone to space recently, what do you think about this?
I think only the wealth can go into the space thanks to the much money, so for most of us, it is still only a dream.
A: If you go into space, will you business as a tour guide?
Yes, of course, I wish to be a professional tour guide there. In order to be so, I must keep my physical condition much younger.
A: Would you explain Futon? （ふとん?）
Futon is either a thick quilt or a mattress stuffed with cotton. Talking of Futon, there are two types of Futon. One is for winter and it is to keep ourselves warm and the other is for summer, and it is to absorb the sweat while sleeping. When not in use, it is stored in a closet, and it's very comfortable for us to use as bedding.
A: Oh, really, I try it.
Is that all?
C: Yes, it was.
Thank you for having me here today.
（ドアを開けて出る前、もう一度お辞儀をしながら"Thank you"と言ったところ、B だけがこちらを向いて見ていた。AとCは何かを書いていた。）
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