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    2. Kanda Festival It is one of the three major festivals in Japan held at Kanda Myojin Shrine, Tokyo, every year in mid-May. Carrying the Mikoshi which is a special carriage for the gods, this is the main attraction of this festival. More than 300 people carry the Mikoshi and walk through the towns of Akihabara, Nihonbashi, Kanda. Usually, in Japan, the main purpuse of a matsuri is to celebrate Shinto gods and to pray for prosperity and good harvests. However, the origin of this festival is a mystery. Anyway, this festival is important because this festival is traditional festival lasting from Edo period and loved by many local people. I like this festival because of the large-scale mikoshi parades excite me a lot. I go to this festival almost every year. This year I went there with two of my friends and enjoyed looking at the mikoshi. if you wrote all this text by yourself your level should be intermediate. congrats.

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    2. A: Hi, are you lost? B: Yes. I want to go to Nihonbashi in Namba, but I don’t know how to get there. A: OK. First, get on the Midosuji line from here to Namba station. Then walk East for about ten minutes. You will see a big red signboard. This signboard has PC and Japanese anime characters drawn on it. Next, turn right at the signboard and go straight for 100m. B: Thanks! I’ll be buying a ticket for Namba. How much is it? A: Well, it’s 230 yen. You can buy it over there. B: OK! Thanks!

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    2. A: Excuse me. Could you tell me the way to Nihonbashi? B: OK. Follow me! Nihonbashi is over there near here. A: Thank you. B: You’re welcome. Are you going to Nihonbashi to buy anime items? A: Yes, but this is the first time I’m visiting Japan, so I got lost. B: Oh… It’s first time for me to guide a foreigner, so I’m little nervous. A: Really? Are you studying English? B: That’s right! But English is difficult for me… A: You can do it. By the way, what store do you recommend to buy some anime items in Nihonbashi? B: Well. That store has pretty good stuff! A: Oh my god. I hesitate entering that store because the signboard is embarrassing to me!

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    2. A: Excuse me, please ,could you tell me how to get to Nihonbashi? B: OK. Follow me, plase Nihonbashi is not far from here. A: Thank you. B: You’re welcome. Will you buy some anime items in Nihonbashi? A: Yes. But this is my visit to Japan and so I’m a bit lost. B: Oh… It’s my first time as a guide, too, so I’m little nervous, too. A: Right? Are you an English student? B: That’s right! But English is difficult for me… A: You will be fine. By the way, where do you recommend I go to buy anime items in Nihonbashi? B: Well. That store is good for you! A: Oh my god. I hesitate entering that store, so that signboard is embarrassed for me!

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