Japanese Customs

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Examples of Japanese culture
July 23, 2017

Examples of Japanese culture

For the most part, Japanese society is more formal and conservative than American society. The Japanese are more likely to accept you if you show respect and humility. Remember that your behavior reflects not only on yourself but also on the people of your country. Expressing Appreciation Remembering to thank people, even for small favors, is one of the most…

Japanese celebrations and holidays
July 8, 2017

Japanese celebrations and holidays

If a national holiday falls on a Sunday, the following Monday is also turned into a holiday. Likewise, a day sandwiched between two national holidays is turned into a holiday. Shops, restaurants and tourist attractions in Japan are generally open on national holidays, except on New Year. January 1 (national holiday) New Year (shogatsu): This is the most important…

Traditional dresses of Japanese
August 13, 2017

Traditional dresses of Japanese

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Japanese culture in business
August 16, 2017

Japanese culture in business

Anyone who has spent time working with the Japanese knows that their thoughts, motivations, and priorities are often hidden from view. The Japanese are more likely to rely on non-verbal cues, and the context of what they say, than the literal meaning of the words they use to say it. This is so orthogonal to the American style that given enough time or interaction…

Japanese New Year traditions
July 20, 2017

Japanese New Year traditions

By Haruka Masumizu TOKYO The New Year is just around the corner. For many non-Japanese, especially newcomers to Japan, many of the customs and traditions of New Year may seem hard to understand. New Year or Oshogatsu is the most important holiday period in Japan for families and it is rich in tradition. If you re lucky enough to be invited by your Japanese…

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