B: Hello, please take a seat.
A: What is your name and where do you come from?
My name is ---------, I come from---------.
B: You are tour guide and I am tourist. I ask you some simple questions. So please relax. I stay in Japan with my wife and children for not so long. Where do you recommend going?
If you have children, Tokyo Disneyland is better and there is big zoo in Ueno.
B: Japan has many earthquakes. If a big earthquake occurs when my family stays in Disneyland apart from me, what should they do?
Well, you have to check the current situation and c.
B: Should they go to the station soon or follow other people going?
No, the station is dangerous because it is very crowded. Near buildings are also dangerous because they collapse. They should go wide area.
B: Where is open space? Is somewhere designated?
Schools, for example elementary schools, become emergency area for earthquakes or disasters.
B: There are various kinds of Buddhism statues, someone is standing or other is sitting, for example. Explain about the difference of Buddhism statues?
Giant Buddha, Vairocana, in Todaiji Temple is the most famous. Well, there are two types of statues. One is Buddha and the other is Bodhisattva. Bodhisattva is training to attain enlightenment. Buddha got enlightenmentc.
B: Was there female ruler in Japan?
There were 10 empresses in past time. There has not been female prime minister. But Ms Takako Doi used to be Speaker of House of Representatives. Well, Japan has three kind of political powers, prime minister, Speaker or President of the Diet and Chief Judge of Supreme Court. She was the President of the Diet.
B: I want to buy some electrical goods in Akihabara. Do you recommend any good shop?
I know many tourists go to Laox, because there are English-speaking staffs and they issue a document for duty-free.
B: What is the difference between Geisha and Maiko?
Maiko is training to become a Geisha. Geisha is called Geiko in Kyoto. Geisha plays Japanese traditional instruments and dance.
B: So Geisha and Geiko are same and called in different places.
B: I have heard Geigi. Is Geigi same with Maiko also?? (AªpêÅâ«B)
gGeigih? I have never heard this kind of word.
B: Thank you.
See you again (maybe next year again here).?