Q: What's something good about the area you're from?
I've seen goats in front of the station.
How there's strong hometown love.
Though there aren't any famous spots in particular, since an awful lot of people gather for local activities and such, it becomes very lively. Even after I graduated I go back to the school with my classmates, and we never miss the yearly festivals.
The "nagoyaka" (harmony) you can only find in Nagoya.
There are broad landscapes, and everyone smiles.
It broadens the spirit.
I can quickly become close with ladies I happen to meet on the train or at the supermarket.
There've been times when those ladies gave me some candy they had with them too.
If you want to go to DisneyLand or Sea, you can get there quickly.
Although it's Tokyo, it doesn't feel too much like a city.
The great taste to the air.
There's lots of green.