B:Have a seat.
B:May I have your name?
My name is ....
B:Where are you from?
I'm from .... Ward, ....
A:What is the best way to go to Mt. Fuji?
I recommend you to use a car. I think it's easy. You can see beautiful sceneries from the window the way to Mt. Fuji.
A:How long does it take?
It takes two hours, depends on the traffic, but... And you might need to find a driver.
A:Where are some famous places for skiing?
As my hometown is in Miyagi Prefecture, I would say Zao. There are many Qf(I know it is a German word, and I think I should've used some different word, like ski courses?), and it is famous for the powder snow. The quality of snow is very good. I think not so many foreign people go to Zao because it is not famous among them. I think they go to Hokkaido or Nagano Prefecture.
A:I know samurai....
Samu?? Oh, Samurai!
A:Yes, Samurai in Edo Period. What are the other people?
Except Samurai, I think 90% are farmers. And also, traders, and how can I say ฅฅฅ people who make products, like construction workers.
It's not enough??
These four are distinctive classification. ...and if you were born in farmers', you cannot be a samurai. It is a kind of destiny, and heritage from your ancestors.
A:I'm going to ask about bathing. How often do Japanese people take a bath?
Most Japanese take a bath every night, ฅฅฅor every morning. Water is abundant in Japan, and climate is also a cause. It's very humid in summer and cold in winter. This is just our custom and I don't think it will disappear in the near future.
A:(to B) One more question?
B:(nodded to A).
A:This is a related question about bathing. Why does Japan have a lot of hot springs?
Japan is a volcano country. There are 800 active volcanoes in the world, and 10%, so... about 80 active volcanoes are located in Japan. It results a lot of hot springs. It is very common for Japanese people to go on a trip, and bathing with the family members, and spending time together on holidays.
A:I think that's all.