受験者( 103 ):男性
 

A: Please put your cards on the table.
Thank you.(受験票を持って入ったため、カードといわれました。かばんは教室前においてきました。)
A: What is your name?
My name is XXX, nice to meet you.
A: We are foreign travelers.
Yes.
B: I can not understand the difference between temple and?? shrine. Would you explain that?
This is a good question.(時間稼ぎのために、一呼吸)First, shrine has a gate called “Torii”.? The structure is that there are two upright poles and top of them, there are horizontal two bars, while temple has no gate. There is usually a box called “Saisenbako”, we pray good year. Temple has a statue of Buddha, most of them are fat. In its garden, there is tomb.
B: Are there any clear traits? (上記のようにはっきり説明できればよかったのですが、実際にはしどろもどろで、いろいろと深く追求されました。)
A: In addition to cultural difference, are there any visible differences?
寺は建物が大きいものが多い、神社はガーディアンがいる等の説明をしましたが、正確なところを思い出せませんでした。
B: In Tokyo, do you know good temples?
(浅草の浅草寺などがあったのですが、うまく思い出せそうになかったので、)In my opinion, temples in Nara are better than ones in Tokyo, because history is longer. If you can choose any temple in Japan, I recommend you to go to Houryuji temple in Nara.
B: Why do you recommend it?
There is a rare statue. The statue is thinner compared to others. In addition to that,
A: You came from Sapporo, so what is the attraction of Hokkaido?
(時間稼ぎで)Do you mean attraction is any entertainment?
A: Yes. I meant it is charm.
I recommend you go to Asahiyama zoo in Asahikawa city, because it is the most popular zoo in Japan. The reason is that you can enjoy animal watching and so on. For example, you can see a hippopotamus inside of the pool, see birds inside of the cage, and you can give baits directly to monkeys.
B: It sounds nice. Do you have any question? (Aの方を向いて)
A: No. The interview is finished.

Thank you.
神社と寺の違いは前日にやっていたのですが、緊張のあまりうまく説明できませんでした。また、せっかくの旭山動物園の話もしどろもどろで、途中で助け舟を出していただいたくらいです。最後まで悪い流れをうまく立て直せなかったことが悔やまれます。

 

 

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