B：Please tell me your name.
My name is .........
B: where do you live?
I live in .........
A: I will tell you questions. Imagin I'm a tourists and you are a tour guide.
A; How can I go to Mt. Fuji?
You can go to Mt Fuji by train, and take a bus at Fujiyoshida city, or other cities. You can go to the fifth station of Mt Fuji but if you want to go to the peak, it will be a tough schedule. If you want, please tell me.
A: Can I climb Mt Fuji whenever I would like?
No, you can't. Except for professional climbers, you can climb Mt. Fuji from the beginning of July to the end of August.
A; What is the height of Mt. Fuji?
A: How can you go to Osaka?
You can go to Osaka by bullet train. I'm sorry I don't know actually but it takes about two or three hours.
A: What should I do when taking a bath?
You should wash and rinse your body. Don't put your towel into the bathtub. And at first, the bath is divided into two rooms, so be sure not to go to the wrong room. (試験官ふたりとも笑う）
A: What is the charm of winter in Hokkaido?
You can ski in winter. There are a lot of good ski resorts in Hokkaido, especially Niseko is the best.
A; What else can we do?
Snowboarding, skating, and going to the snow festival.
A; Why are there a lot of hot springs in Japan?
Because the volcanic ranges run throughout Japan. So Japanese is blessed with a lot of hot springs.
A; What type of people were there at Edo period in addition to the samurai warriors?
Common people,--- farmers, and merchants under the strict casts system.
A; Who is the last shogun and when?
Tokugawa Yoshinobu in the end of the 19th century was the last shogun. His government was abolished by the emperor's supporters and then the Meiji restoration began.
A; What is shogun?
Shogun is the feudal military leader in olden times. He governed Japan under the dictatorship and ruled over the generals, or feudal government throughout Japan.