A:Please put your bag on the table. Please have a seat.
Yes, thank you.
A: What's your name?
My name is .....
A: Where do you live?
I live in Gunma Prefecture, about 100km north of Tokyo.
B:I live in Gunma Prefecture, too.
That's a nice coincidence.
A:How can I get to Mt. Fuji?
You can get to Mt. Fuji by taking a train. It takes about one and a half hour by train from Shinjuku station to Fujiyoshida station.
A:Is taking a bus also a good way to get to Mt. Fuji?
Yes, taking a bus is the most economical way to get to Mt. Fuji. It costs about 3,000 yen one way, I think.
A:Where should I take a bus?
You take a bus at the Shinjuku bus terminal. It depends on traffic congestion, but I think it takes about two hours from there.
A:I have a friend in Osaka. How can I get to Osaka?
There are many ways to get to Osaka. One of the fastest way to get to Osaka is by getting on the "Shinkansen," the superexpress train. Its nickname is the "bullet train." It takes about two hours from Tokyo to Osaka by Shinkansen.（どの辺まで詳しく情報を伝えるべきかがよく分からなかった。）
A: What is the best automobile company in Japan?
Japan is famous for high-quality car manufacturing. One of the best auto companies in Japan is Toyota motor company. Its headquarter is located in Toyota city, Aichi Prefecture. It has a high reputation for durability and reliability of car production.
A:My acquaintances work for Toyota motor company. They love Toyota cars.
I'm glad to hear that.
A:Where is Aichi Prefecture?
It is between Tokyo and Osaka. You can also get there by Shinkansen.
I 'm very interested in history of Japan. When was the last shogun in Japan?
The last shogun in Japan governed the country until the middle of the 19th century. His name was Yoshinobu Tokugawa. He gave the political power back to the emperor in 1868. Since the Meiji era, the emperor was the political leader.（この辺の言い回しには自信がなかった。）
A:Thank you very much.
Thank you very much. It was nice talking with you.
A: Thank you very much. It was nice talking with you, too.