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So you've come to Japan, got settled in, made some friends, and suddenly, you're invited to a wedding. Well, don't panic! This article will be your need-to-know guide on how to attend a Japanese wedding, how to avoid the amateur (often embarrassing) mistakes others have made in the past,...

Well, perhaps there are no any other countries in the world that are full of social rules other than Japan. If you have certain general knowledge about Japan or you have been to Japan before, I am sure that you had seen people lining up on one side of...

Japan is one of those countries that has a proper drinking manner at the table even if it's only casual. Of course, many of you might have read or seen it already that you will have to pour for another person and never pour for yourselves. Well, that is...

Working in a foreign country for the first time can be a daunting and somewhat stressful experience. It is often difficult to know what to do, and your ability to cope may be severely limited by your knowledge of the people and the culture surrounding you. Here is a...

You may have the opportunity to attend a Japanese wedding, but you may be unsure of what you should or should not do. This short article will highlight 3 important points when attending a wedding in Japan! theweddinglocation.com/ Goshugi nagai-kamimise.com/ It is customary to give a gift in the form...

Every society has its taboos and cultural restrictions. Also, every culture has its own unwritten rules which the members understand from a young age, but which have to be explained to a foreigner. Otherwise, the lack of knowing them or the failure to respect them might generate a huge...

So, you may have finally learned how to pick up food using a pair of chopsticks. The next step is to avoid any chopstick taboos which could potentially embarrass you. Are you unaware of these 10 chopsticks taboos which you may have unknowingly committed before? getnavi.jp/ 1. Saguri-bashi (探り箸) goinjapanesque.com/ Do...

Most people around the world are comfortably using chairs to sit down. This is a common custom for foreign people which the Japanese people have accepted wholeheartedly. However, if you're in Japan, chairs are not always that important for daily use. There are many instances where the Japanese sit...

Japan is well-known for having the tidiest public toilets in the world. Somebody might even consider Japanese toilets the best of those they got to use. It is because the manner of keeping the public toilets clean is in Japanese mentality, and this results in the clean toilets available...

Tatami is a type of mat flooring used in traditional Japanese houses. There are some basic manners which you must be aware of when entering a Traditional Japanese Tatami room. Here are 4 of the most important things to remember. Do not step on the doorsill remont-sk.ru/ Stepping on the doorsill is...

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