I was born in a small city so far from any airports that, when I was a school boy, I didn’t imagine exactly what ‘abroad’ mean. Though learning foreign language was a regular program of my school, many of students probably didn’t know the reason and I was not uncommon. Consequently I learned how to read English text as just like a procedure and didn’t how to make a conversation with people from abroad. As time went by, needless to say, I became conscious of my narrow perspectives and some of my colleague are working in other countries. Today, I lives in Yokohama, one of the biggest and typical international port cities in Japan, and thinks time to time how was the first people started their international trading here. The harbor was just a beach of a small fishing village 160 years ago and not it has a huge pier which large passenger boat like QE-II of Cunard Line can dock at.