B:Please tell us your name, your birth date and the language.
My name is .... I was born on ... ..th in .... I take the English interview test.
A:Are you a little nervous?
I am energized.
A:OK. Let’s start. What should I do if the earthquake happens while I stay with my parents in Japan?
Stay calm until the tremor is settled. And then you go outside and go to a refugee site. Typically, the nearest junior high school’s ground is designated as a refugee site.
A:Is that all? Is there any danger in a refugee site? Ground is maybe safe…But are we safe if we rush there?
If you rush into a site, you will be collapsed by someone. So please don’t rush.
A:Please explain how a typical statue of Buddha is like?
A typically statue of Buddha sit in a silent meditation with his closed eyes. The style is called zazen.
Mr. Examiner’s reaction
I felt he thought, “Is that all? Anyway, I go to the next question”.
A:I will take my friend to Akihabara. I’m not similar to computers. Where should I take him?
Akihabara is famous for electric appliances stores. The area has 250 appliances stores.
That’s the biggest one. The name is “Onoden”…(I can’t know the name, actually)（ Mr. Examiner’s and Ms. Examiner’s reactions: they seem to wait for me to answer it. I think there is a dividing line there since I failed at the previous question.）
These days Akihabara is also famous “otaku”, people fascinated with something too much, for example, anime, game or idol.
A:Maid café. I haven’t been there. Surely nice.
Yes must be. (I think this is an aid for me. I would have to talk about a maid café though I haven’t neither…)
A:Where would you take your guest?
Kawagoe. Actually, I live in Saitama. Kawagoe is the best place to visit and it is near Tokyo. “Kuradukuri-no-machinami” or row of merchants’ houses made of black plaster walls and decorative tiled roofing is beautiful.
A:What they call the city?
The city is called “Ko-edo” or little edo because it was made by imitating Edo, the former of Tokyo.
A:Well, thank you for coming today.
I had a fun time with all of you. Thank you very much.