Good to see you.
A: What is your name?
My name is _ _.
B: What is your address?
Excuse me. (Are you asking my whole address?)
A: Where are you from?
I am from YYY city neighboring ZZZ city.
A: Where is the big car manufacturing company in Japan?
It's in Toyota city in Aichi prefecture. We have one in Kanagawa prefecture.
No, it's Nissan company.
A: Which car do you choose among Japanese cars, Toyota, Honda, Nissan ...?
I'll choose Toyota.
A: And why is that?
Because I had a friend working for Kobe Steel Company and he recommended me buying a Toyota car.
A: What are the Shogun and the Emperor?
Shogun literally means generalissimo or highest general, I know some Italians. And this is temporarily given title given by the emperor for the commander-in-chief of an expeditionary army and later the title was for the administrative head of the country. It was the end of 12the century from Kamakura Shogunate.
A: Who was the last Shogun?
I think Tokugawa Yoshinobu, he only reigned for a short time, think, for about three or four years (no it was only one year) until the end of the Meiji Restoration, the middle of 19th century.
A: Why are there many hot springs in Japan?
Ah, because we have many volcanoes all over Japan, from Hokkaido down to Kyushu, we have hundreds of hot springs all over Japan.
A: Where do you recommend the best hot spring in Japan?
I recommend Hakone hot springs, because there're many hot springs with modern facilities, and you can see Mt. Fuji, enjoy viewing from hot springs , you can see Mt.Fuji while soaking yourself in the hot spring, I mean outdoor hot spring.
A: How do you go to Mt.Fuji form Tokyo?
I'll take JR train to Fujiyoshida station and then go to the 5th station and climb Mt.Fuji, there's bus services to the fifth station from Fujiyoshida station.
A: When is the best season to climb Mt. Fuji?
I think the summer, I think the best season to climb Mt.Fuji is in the summer, although it must be crowded, I've been there once before.
A: What is the best way to go to Osaka from Tokyo?
Take Shinkansen, super express train, or bullet train, it's an easy access to the station and an access is good from the station (Osaka) to your destination. If you take a plane from Tokyo to Osaka, it takes 50 minutes or so but access to down town and from the city to the airport, it will take two hours or more to access, so the reasons I recommend to take Shinkansen or super express train to go to Osaka.