Good afternoon. (まだ午前中だったのですが、このように言って中に入りました）
B:Please sit down.
B:How are you today?
I'm very fine today. Thank you. How are you?
B:Oh, we are very fine. (Aと顔を見合わせてから笑顔で）
B:May I have your name please?
My name is ---.
B:Where do you live?
I live in --- city, Tokyo.
A:I have a question. Could you tell me about Mt. Fuji.
Mt. Fuji is about 3,776m. It is located in Yamanashi and Shizuoka prefectures.
A:I'd like to go to Mt. Fuji. How can I go there?
B:Well, there's a bus from Shinjuku, and it will take about one and half hours.
A:Yes, but I don't like buses. Is there any other way to go to Mt. Fuji?
B:If you take a Chuo-line and change trains at Otsuki, Fuji-kyuko line will take you to Mt. Fuji.
A:What can I do at Mt. Fuji?
Well, you can climb Mt. Fuji, and there is Kawaguchi-ko...the scenery is beautiful.
A:I want to take a picture of Mt. Fuji. When should I go to Mt. Fuji?
It is good to go to Mt. Fuji in autumn, because air is clear and at the top of Mt. Fuji there is snow even in autumn. I recommend autumn if you'd like to take a picture.
A:I heard that Mt. Fuji is a volcano. Is it safe to go there?
Yes, Mt. Fuji is a volcano and It erupted about 300 years ago. Some people worry about eruption, but it does not...not active...it is still a dormant volcano.
A:I heard Mr. Fuji erupted 300 years ago, how people lived then?
The eruption occurred during Edo period. At that time, Shogun administered the government. The government took an isolation policy and Japanese cultures such as Kabuki, rakugo, and so on were developed.
A: OK. Could you tell me about hot springs? I heard that Japanese people love hot springs. How often do they go to hot springs?
Well, it depends on the person, but usually women love to go to hot springs. I go there with my mother and sometimes with my friends. Twice or three times a year.
A,B:Thank you very much.