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An Experience We Can't Have in Japan

by Kazuhiro Seita
(Yokohama)

When I was a high school student, I went on a school excursion where we visited an American family for 2 weeks. That experience was very wonderful. The one most impressive experience was shooting.

My host family took us (two) to a shooting gallery. We shot at the board and managed to aim at the center of the board. The moment when the bullet was shot, the impact is terrible!! And the impact almost made me fly!!!!

And the thing I was surprised about was that my host family had many guns and pistols.

I felt the difference between Japan and America. America has much freedom!!!

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