A,B: Good evening.
A: Please take a seat. Did you wait for a long time.
No, not so much. Thank you for asking.
A: Can I ask your name?
My name is xxxx
B: Where are you from?
I temporally live in Osaka city for my job, but originally live in Joyo, the south of Kyoto.
B: Where do you recommend a foreign tourist to visit in Japan.
I'd like to recommend that you should visit Kyoto because there are many splendid temples and shrines. I am sure that you can find traditional Japanese culture in Kyoto.
B: I have been to Kyoto and visited some temples. Is there any other spot where I should visit?
Then I would recommend you should take a walk from Kiyomizu temple to Heian shrine. On the way, there are many shops and historical buildings that I think interest you. You can enjoy shopping and also viewing changing colors of autumn leaves in this season.
A: How long does it take from Kiyomizu temple to Heian shrine?
If you go straight, it takes less than an hour, but if you drop in some shops or stop off anywhere to enjoy the beautiful scenery, it may be a half- day trip.
B: If I were invited by a Japanese friend, what should I take care?
If you are invited to Japanese house, you need to take off your shoes at the entrance and you should bring a kind of souvenir.
B: What should I bring as a souvenir?
It is a good idea to bring a small gift from your own country. Sweets, flowers, or fruit are good, too.
B: Why do the Japanese like to give a souvenir?
I think giving a souvenir is a way of expressing their greetings and
sincere appreciation for being invited.
B: What is the most important event in Japanese history?
There are too many events...
I think the Meiji Restoration is one of the most important events in Japanese history. Tokugawa shogunate ruled Japan by its strong power until the Edo period. By the Restoration, however, a lot of significant changes took place. First of all, the power to rule Japan was restored to the emperor, and then Japan was transformed from a feudal into modern state mainly because Japan’s isolation policy came to an end and many Western cultures and political systems were imported into Japan.
B: If I lost my passport, how should I do?
You have to go to the police and contact the consulate(embassyと言うべきだった) to reissue your passport. If you remember the route you took, you should ask all places where you went, such as stations and hotels to see if your passport is there or not.
B: I'm going to Hiroshima from tomorrow for three days. Can I go to make a report after that?
I recommend you should make a report as soon as possible. I'm sorry I'm not sure about it, but I would advise you to contact embassy. It will give you good advice about what to do
B: Do I need to go to the police?
I think you need to do that. I worked as a tour guide for Japanese tourists
before. When a tourist lost a passport abroad,
B: OK, I'll hear your advice. Thank you.
A,B: Thank you.
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