Interview #1 ~From the Perspective of my Dad~

My first interview ever on this blog is to to none other than… my dad!!!

So, my dad is a part-time teacher at an international school, a preacher at our church, and an excellent father to three children (including me)!

So without further ado, let’s get on with the interview!

Q: What is your favorite part(s) about Japan?

A: The orderliness and the politeness, which are also my least favorite things! Of course it is also a very beautiful country, and most people are very kind.

Q. What is your favorite food in Japan?

A. Actually, I like all of the variety – but especially I like yaki niku and miso soup.

Note: Yaki niku is Japanese thin-sliced grilled meat (usually beef).

Q. What is the favorite place you’ve went to?

A. There are just way too many beautiful places in Japan, but I think I liked Nagasaki the best.

Q. What do you recommend people to do or remember when first visiting Japan?

A. First time visitors should be sure to ride the bullet train, see Mt. Fuji, Himeji Castle, and remember that deep down, under the formal society, Japanese really love to be hugged! 🙂


So, that’s it! That’s my dad’s perspective on Japan, with a couple useful tips tossed in!

Let me know if you have any questions, thoughts, or feedback on today’s post, but for now, bye and God bless!

If you wish to be interviewed, comment bellow. Note: You don’t have to be a Japanese person or a person that has already gone to Japan to be interviewed!

14 thoughts on “Interview #1 ~From the Perspective of my Dad~

  1. I am enjoying your blog posts. Thank you for doing this. You are a good writer. I belong to the church your Uncle Doug pastors. I have a granddaughter who is with Overseas Mission Fellowship who just started a 6-month mission work in northern Japan, so like to read about Japan. Thank you.

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