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There are probably many more completely different conventions in Japan than in your country. For example, when you enter a ryokan, when you use the toilet in a Japanese house, everything is a new experience.
Check out the list below to see if your travel, life, and experience in Japan will not be a problem.
1. You arrive at a Japanese inn.
Do you know what to do with your shoes?
2. Do you know how to use the slippers in Japanese house?
Where do you wear slippers?
3. Do you know how to sit in a Japanese-style room?
4. Do you know how to use the special features on a Japanese
5. There are kimono rental shops at tourist areas.
Do you know the manners at that time?
Were you able to answer these questions easily?
If you weren’t, you may want to read our ebook a little bit more.
1. Japanese-style clothing ‘Kimono’ 着物 etiquette
1.1 Japanese clothing ‘Kimono’
1.2 What is ‘Yukata’ like?
1.3 Basic manners when wearing ‘Yukata’
1.4 Points to note when renting a 'Kimono'
2. Etiquette in Japanese rooms ‘Washitsu’ 和室
2.1 What is a Japanese room called ‘Washitsu’ like?
2.2 Places where you can see a ‘Washitsu’
2.3 Etiquette in a ‘Washitsu’
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