A,B:Good evening, please have a seat.
B:Please tell me your name & where do you live.
I live in .... ward in Tokyo. There is a large amusement park, "Toshimaen", near my house.
A,B:Oh, really! How wonderful. （ここまではいい感じ）
A:Well...（と言って、机の上の質問表を覗き込む）Could you tell me about Alpine route in Japan?
Since Japan is such a mountainous country, we have a lot of high mountains, especially at the center of main island of Honshu. You can enjoy hiking and trekking there.（具体的な山の名前を挙げることが出来ずまずいな???）
A:Oh, you can enjoy climbing the mountain!
Is there a cable car?
Sure, from the bottom to the 5th grades of mountain（5合目ってこれでいいのかな･･･？）, you can use a cable car. From there you have to walk to reach the top.
A:OK,...（と言って、また質問表を覗き込む）Next, please tell me about Christianity in Japan?
Since the main religions in Japan are Buddhism and Shintoism, there are few Christians in Japan compared with other Western countries. Although Christians have been persecuted(「弾圧」の単語が分からず) during the Edo period, there are still very ardent Christians in Japan because their doctrines put importance on humanity, which attracts many people.
A:Where can I learn about Christianity in Japan？
You can receive a sermon at church（「お説教を聞く」ってこれでいいのかな?）. There are a lot of churches around Japan.
A:OK, Please tell me about Japanese dance?
Oh, you may mention about Bon dance, a Japanese traditional dance for summer festival! (Aは微笑んでいるのでこのまま続けることに）During the Obon holidays in summer, the spirit of the dead is believed to return to their former home and family, so we welcome and entertain the spirit by doing Bon dance(と言って手で踊る??をする）.
You can see many young women wearing yukata, a light cotton kimono.
A:Can only young women participate in the bon dance?
Oh no, all men and women, young and old enjoy Bon dance together.
A:Where can they learn bon dance?
Students can learn at their schools. Local communities also have a lesson before the festival. One of my children who go to a kindergarten learnt Bon dance at there!
A:Oh, that’s great.
A:Thank you. That’s all for today.
（えっ？もうおしまいなの〜???敗者復活の質問を与えて〜（涙）と思いながらも笑顔で） Thank you very much. Am I the final interviewee? You must have had a very busy day.
A:We are so sorry to have kept you waiting so long. Thank you.
（席を立ちつつ改めて）Thank you very much.