I guided two blind tourists yesterday.

Our Kashiwa Goodwill Guide Association receives about 500 guide requests from foreign tourists a year.
Yesterday, I guided two blind tourists from the United States. It was my first experience. I had a lot of anxiety. I could not do it alone, so I asked two other people to help me, so we had a three-person team.
If my guests are able-bodied, my explanation is appealing to their eyesight, but if my guests are blind, my explanation must be verbal and accurate. And ask them to touch it and smell it.
I am proud that I did a good job.
From now on, I would like tourists with disabilities to come to Japan as well.
Our association will help them as much as we can.