Since this was my first job with Company 7S, I hope I did everything correctly... I'm sure I did, but you never know!
A few translation notes.
Doraemon, the blue robot cat (with no ears) who can pull various gadgets from his fourth dimension pocket. My friend Yuri loved him for some reason.
Uwabaki, the "inside shoes" kids have to wear in Japanese schools. I think it keeps it cleaner. Easier for kids to clean the floors (I hated doing that when I went to a school in Japan for summers...even at that young age, I was used to janitors. Bad habit?)
By the way, visitors to a school would have to wear slippers. And since Japan has bathroom specific slippers, there are often times when you have to switch slippers. People who are not used to this (like me) always forget, and wear bathroom slippers out of the bathroom. This is frowned upon.
Chikara udon, udon with mochi in it. In my opinion it makes it harder to eat (hence the name "chikara," meaning "power"). I prefer to have them separately.
Teru teru bouzu, the rain-repelling mascot you hang in your window. Kids would hang them the night before a field trip or a picnic.
Pachinko, the pinball-like game. Being in a parlor hurts my ears, so I hate it. It is also filled with cigarette smoke. Bu-.