C： Good afternoon.（笑顔）
A： How are you today?
A：What’s is your name?
My name is …(と2，3秒間があったので) I came from … City.
A： Where is … City?
（Where in … city?とどっちか迷ったが）
… is located in Yokohama, Kanagawa Prefecture and it took me about 50
I think it is because ... working hard is a kind of indispensable work ethic for Japanese.
We place a lot of importance on working hard.
As for me, working hard is important.
A： What do you think about foreign workers who leave their office at 5：30pm?
Well... I am jealous.
But I can’t do. Actually, I contact German suppliers on a daily basis. When I contact a person at 8pm, he says “Why are you working so late?” It is a good thing for him to return home at 5：30pm but we can’t do that. I would like to maintain harmony with my colleagues.
A： What do you think about Prime Minister Junichiro Koizumi’s administration?
Well, he is doing a good job. Since he took office, major banks have cut down their deficit. I mean non-performing loan(s抜け). And the unemployment rate went down to 4.2, which is the lowest as far as I remember.
A： What is gagaku?
Gagaku is a kind of music played in the Imperial Court. There are two
types of gagaku. One is ...
Kangen. It is music played with percussions, stringed and other musical
instruments. Another one is ... I forget the name but anyway it’s a kind
A： Is gagaku played in daily life?
Well, we rarely see gagaku performed, and few people know about it.
I really want to be a professional tour guide and
I believe I can help foreigners know more about Japan.
Thank you for giving me this opportunity.
A： Bye, Have a good day!
You too. Good-bye , thank you.
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