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You may unintentionally make your trip or life in Japan bewildered, perhaps because you do not understand the Japanese customs and manners. Just a little knowledge will really help!
Please check out the list below.
1. Do you know the places where you should not use your mobile phone?
2. Why do people make a disapproving face when you cough on a train?
3. Do you know that there are many places where you need to take off your
shoes in Japan?
4. Do you know there are many types and a large number of restaurants in Japan?
5. Do you know how to drink Matcha?
Were you able to answer these questions easily?
If you weren’t, you may want to read our ebook a little bit more.
A law banning indoor smoking in principle took effect across Japan on April 1, 2020.
The revised Health Promotion Act bans smoking at many facilities such as restaurants, hotels and offices. One of the purposes of the legislation is to eliminate unwanted passive smoking.
■ Facilities subject to regulation
schools, hospitals, government offices, child welfare facilities, restaurants, shopping malls, hotels and offices.
■ Facilities not covered by this law
cigar bars, private homes, hotel rooms and small restaurants* (a floor space of 100 square meters or less).
1. Manners and Etiquette for Everyday Life
Tip / Cell (Mobile) phone / Litter / Non-smoking / Toilet / Surgical Masks / Shoes
2. Japanese Tea and Japanese Sweets ‘Wagashi’ 和菓子
2.1 What is ‘Japanese tea’?
2.2 What is ‘Wagashi’ 和菓子
(Japanese traditional sweets)?
3. Japanese Gestures
3.2 Hands and Arms
3.5 Counting numbers by your fingers
3.6 Behaviors common to Japanese
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