Have a Safe and Fun Tour! And Come Back to See" Your Buddy"!
Hi, I’m Kaoru, a national government licensed guide interpreter. I love to travel and have been to most tourist destinations in Japan and about 15 countries around the world. I often enjoy talking with my guests about our shared experiences. The most profoundly memorable country is the Republic of Malta. I’ve owned two Maltese dogs in my life. I got my first one in elementary school and learned from an encyclopedia that it originated from Malta. Since then, I would like to have visited this small island in the Mediterranean Sea. A few decades later, I finally managed to visit Malta, and felt indescribable feelings that cannot be expressed in one word such as "excitement." I learned there would be such a trip.
Since graduating from university in the U.S., I’ve worked in English-related jobs. I now work as a professional tour guide and volunteer to guide school kids at the Peace Memorial Park. Therefore, I can explain things clearly and concisely.
On the other hand, as a tour guide in Hiroshima, I have deep knowledge of the atomic bombing of Hiroshima. I can offer in-depth information to guests who want to know more. Why Hiroshima? Is there any radiation in Hiroshima today? Why is there not? What are the feelings of the atomic-bomb survivors? I answer such questions in a factual and objective manner.
Above all, the safety of the guests is my primary concern. I always pay close attention to keeping your tour safe. For example, there is a place in the Peace Park where visitors often get injured. It’s just small steps, but sometimes they are distracted by the monument in front of them and stumbled there, unluckily ending up calling an ambulance. I always give detailed consideration and call out to my guests beforehand.
Basically, I’m a fun-loving and laid-back person, so I love to have my guests laugh at my little jokes during my tours. I’d like to be your travel buddy in Hiroshima and hopefully to be a friend of yours. See you soon! Love you all.
At a game of Hiroshima professional baseball team Carp with friends, wearing Wally outfits
Malta where I had been longing for and finally could visit