Interview #3 ~From the Perspective of My Brother

Hey guys! For this week’s post, I interviewed my brother TJ! I hope you will enjoy my brother’s answers to the questions about Japan!

TJ is ten years old, homeschooling under my parents. 😉 He likes to play tennis, draw, and play with dominoes in his free time. He is the second oldest sibling in my family.

Question 1: What is your favorite part of Japan? 

TJ: I like the snacks such as mochi, dango (basically small balls of mochi with sweet sauce on it), and senbei (Japanese sweet crackers).

Question 2: If someone were to go to Japan for the first time ever, where would you recommend them to go to? 

TJ: Shiretoko, which is in Hokkaido. There is a lot of very beautiful nature and wild animals. 

Question 3: Do you have an amazing fact about Japan that you want to share?

TJ: When many people think of Japan, they think of Mt. Fuji (a mountain). Japan is actually 73% mountainous! When we go on road trips, we go through a lot of tunnels! 

Question 4: What do you think about Japan’s polite and formal culture?  

TJ: I think if Japan’s culture would be more friendly like American culture, the atmosphere would be better. 😉

Question 5: What do you think people should do or remember when first coming to Japan? 

TJ: Definitely ride the bullet train and go to Hokkaido. Period. 

Well, I hope you guys enjoyed the interview! If you have any questions for me, I’ll be happy to answer as best as I can, and if you have any questions for my brother, feel free as well! I’ll ask him 😉

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