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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.
A:What's building?
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.)
A:Other features?
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.
ありがとうございました。

 

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