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For a Brit, you don’t seem too bad. These pointers are useful to know, which is rare, from a Brit. Clearly, you did not fit in in England because you try to understand others instead of killing them. Well done, Sir.
Japan. I’ve traveled around Japan and believe me the Japanese are the sweetest and most law-abiding people in the world. God bless Japan 🇯🇵!
dude sooo many ads. painful
I love Japan!
Only young boys are allowed to wear shorts...that's what my Japanese co-worker has told me; grown men are not allowed because of the hairy legs.
Some of this shit is so stupid #AMERICA is the best
Im planning on moving to japan once i got my shit together,Because im a weeb and seriously want to be in anime and my mind just fantasizes about what could happend if my life becomes a japanese soap opra.
13. Be Logan Paul
I was in Japan for 2 weeks just a few days ago. Coming from Germany, i was shocked to see how many Japanese people just ignore red traffic lights and walk over the street. Fake news (at least that point :D)
Depends a lot on the city and situation.In Osaka they walk around pretty freely, and then just a 30 minute train ride up to Kyoto and they're some of the most likely to get stuck on red lights in the country.And that's the main point... "get stuck".Solo Japanese aren't totally against it- late at night a lot will cross against the light.But as soon as one person decides to stop, that breaks down. Maybe they're on their smartphone and don't actually mind a moment to type without walking. Or maybe they're businessmen who don't want to look reckless in front of their co-workers. In any case, once someone stops, peer pressure ramps up and more and more people get stuck.
Nah I don't leave free countries.
It remembers me of Germany a lot. You don't cross the street here, when it's red, even if there is no car, too. You don't go into a private house wearing your shoes. And it is very important to be on time. Being late is really uncommon and unpolite in Germany. And you do not blow your nose in public bars or restaurants( you would do it in a bathroom or in an empty hallway, or outside the building).Thanks for the video. It was very interesting. :)
Rule of America’s don’t own a tractor or a gun or don’t have that weird cousin that wants to date your sis then don’t come here … you’re too much of an outcast AlL hAiL tRuMp
7:22 my friend always does this and I call her an ass and I’m an American lol
Oh my GOD You're my favourite RU-clipr! I'm such a big fan! Why don't you post videos more often?
i loved valerian....
I'm Indian and people climb over cars to cross roads
In Japanese, there's something called an "American joke," meaning something meant to be humorous but is misleading and no one understands it nor finds it funny. Usually requires some cultural knowledge from another culture to comprehend, and the end result is incredibly awkward
12 things NOT to do in Japan, maybe.
these are not only for japan. Most asian countries are like this. Except for the garbage part. Most asians are garbage ourselves.
lets photoshop the auto generated title!
As someone who has OCD (a fear of oil and human contact specifically) Japan seems like heaven because everyone like touching my hair and it grosses me out!
1 is safe
Weeaboos finally visiting Japan:Weeb: **holding a camera** Guys, Finally! Im at my hometown! At.... Ak ki habbara? (Akihabara pronounced wrong)Weeb: **is actually at Osaka**Weeb: *Herro! Kon’nichiwa~! Daisuki Japan! Daisuki, daisuki~! Herroo! Arigatou~!!*Japanese: *Why am I still here?! Just to suffer..!!*
Xbox player eyy, unsubbed :P 10:03
All my 90s kid know that the first talking dog was wishbone!
DO NOT DIVIDE YOUR SUSHI
JAPANESE PEOPLE: wat am i watchingOthers: THIS IS INTERESTING!!!!!!!!
They do them, I do me. Rules like this, ligma balls!
I actually knew more than half of these things thanks to Google searches I've done in the past.
1:39 why is Tommy Lee Jones on a boss advertisement
Japan: Don't be strongly opinionatedAlso Japan: Idol Masters is better, Love Live is better or BanG Dream is better
I heard that his friend and the old woman is still missing to this day。
01:39... Tommy Lee Jones? Bottom Right!!!
Yas gotta know many of their motels hotels are serving Fukushima products and trying to sell to the other countries
you missed don't stick put you're chopsticks in you're rice it makes them think funurl
So you can use your phone on the subway, but just not call someone?
I love Japanese people. 🇿🇦✌💟
Every don’t face equals when you forget your keys at home and you lock your keys in the car
I want to go to Japan so badly
Also when ever someone stare at me in Japan, I shout China #1! When ever someone stare at me in China, I shout Japan #1.
I'm Japanese so why am I watching this blah blah blah it's more believeable to just write the comment in Japanese 我不是日本人，我姥姥的妈妈是日本人，这个事中文。see this is what you do to make them believe that you're actually from the country, I might not even be what from what ever country that language is spoken in.
Get sick and cough in public.
dont fart in public?
I hope you all find a lover that loves you like white people love Japan
you look japanese
Japanese people are nice and polite, but Japan is boring.
People are eating while walking? *no dignity*
WHAT TF WERE THEY THINKING? JUST STAND & EAT FFS. Amateurs!
How do you GET LAID in Japan?? xD LOL
"That Japanese Man Yuta" did a few survey regarding this on his channel. Good luck.
If I ever go to a new country I am just worried about not able to understand their language.
Can I just play games with no sound on trains ?
Hi Im from Philippines and I wanna go to Japan on a budget, do you have any tips????
@Valerie Manalo Wrong time of year for either. April is cherry blossom season in the south. And the north gets more snow in winter- there's even a festival in Sapporo.
@A Clark i want to see sakura or snow haha
Yes, go to Laos instead. Seriously tho, bentos in supermarkets are cheaper late evening. Yoshinoya is a cheap chain restaurant.
Dont eat on the train. Dont do it*Just dont* causeOH MY GODPeople look at you like you committed a crime
How about drinking???
I remember sticking my chopsticks up in the rice in a Japanese store and the looks people gave me I felt like their eyes was punching me in the face
I’m watching this because we’re going to Japan 🥳🤩
you'll be fine as long as you're being respectful. Dont be that jake paul or whatever guy. He's lucky he's visiting japan, not one of the southeast asia. Pretty sure he'll get killed.
People eat when they’re walking in the street?? Is that actually a thing?
1. Don't post a video about going into a suicide forrest
Great video mate. Thank you for sharing
Most of these are common way not to be rude. Why it is big deal to talk about?
Mahdi Shibly because some of foreigners / tourists do this
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Marry me please?
ok i will never go to japan then, fuck that place
Don't go into a forest and film a dead body
8:00 When he said “maybe my cat is dead”I’m pretty sure he was asking you if dead pets still count as a pet
13. DON'T KILL INDIGENOUS PEOPLE.
Unko shitano itsu?
I don’t mind the stare of disapproval 😏
Watch someone visit Japan and follows these rules only to be looked at like some retard by the locals. Like waiting for the sign to cross when there are absolutely no cars. Tourist: *waiting* *waiting*Local: クソ外人
DONT SHIT IN THE STREET!DONT DRINK FROM THE BIDETS!DONT GROPE WOMEN ON THE WOMEN ONLY TRAIN CAR!DONT NARUTO RUN DOWN THE STEEET!
Blowing your noise is not ok?Give me a break. I’m Japanese.I think that is far more acceptable in japan
Don't watch the porn
郷に入るは郷に従ってね When in Rome , do as the Romans do
9:30 I know that statistically, you're probably not from London (I usually can't place British accents) but I've read that there are few trash/rubbish bins in London due to IRA terror attacks.
Dude, however stressful that you think you had it, I have relatives in Japan. You dont know what it is like with them judging you every moment. Japanese people are BRUTAL to their relatives. It is intimidating and terrifying.
Again, I'll keep my America because we take shit from no one.
Get a grip
Dont ask where Jackie Chan lives or dont ask someone to teach you how to do the Gangum style dance. But it is ok to ask someone to explain to you wtf does rubbish mean??
Garbage!!! Useless, everithing like 6-8 out of 12 is not true
In the Philippines, most people cross whenever they want even when there is no pedestrian lane
Oh no I gave a tip before whoops
Hey the valerian movie was ok
Honestly, if it weren't for all the Americans already obsessed with and likely flooding Japan, I'd love to visit. Their immense respect for each others shared experience is amazing, and something i feel I'd enjoy. But again... I feel the country is probably tired of all the foreigners.
Much LOL with Business cards
I heard you shouldn’t eat with you left hand because you use your left hand to wipe your butt.
There is no such a thing. Japan will just use their paper. Not hand. Since the old time.
And something else that I'll do that will get them really pissed, is bring my own fork.
Ok I'll take off my shoes. Then I can guarantee they will get rid of that custom real quick. Then throw me out of the country
I have killed 28 people to earn the right to do whatever the fuck i want. I have no problem claiming number 29. I'm gonna do all of this shit.
Ok i will steal the food from a Japan restaurant
The closest equivalent to a bow in America is like an awkward closed-mouth half grin nod when passing by someone you only kind of know
And the number one thing not to do in Japan is make a video listing things not to do in Japan 🇯🇵
As a disabled fellow who is wheelchair bound (electric wheelchair just fyi) for a majority of my day, and wanting to visit Japan (and might have a chance here soon)... how does the Japanese and the culture view and/or deal with that aspect and the removing of your shoes? I appreciate any insight.
The reality is it won't actually come up much.There are some concerns about accessibility. I'm not disabled so I don't have first-hand experience but I've shown elderly around the city so access has been on my mind there. If you'd like some exposition I'd be happy to go through what I know.The short of the long is you'll be able to do some things, and won't be able to do others and you'll have to be okay with that. Limited space, tradition, and capacity are issues that limit accessibility. But there's still plenty to see and do- even in terms of the traditional stuff. And the general safety means you'd still probably usually be okay even if you don't have a chaperone at the time which is a nice change from most other places where more vigilance is necessary.Anyway, back to the shoes.If you don't choose a Japanese style hotel, it's quite possible for the shoe thing to never come up. If you do choose a Japanese style hotel, I'm sure they'll tell you exactly what is expected of you.The next most common thing would be some of the old temples, shrines and castles with old tatami and wood floors. To be frank, most of these will have poor access- on purpose, historically. Those you can will likely have some sort of program in place- wheelchair transfer, or if impossible, they may cover the wheels. You'll need to research what you can see and the options.The next most common would be some middle+ end Japanese style restaurants. Often the shoes are removed a short distance from the table.Again, it's quite possible for it to basically never come up. I think there were only about 3-4 times on my last trip.Now if you LIVE in Japan... homes, doctors, government and such, especially out in the countryside. It can come up a lot. But as a tourist, it shouldn't come up much.BTW, the primary issue is shoes (and many handicap assistance tools) can damage the tatami matting. They are understanding of your difficulty, but even understanding, they don't want the expensive matting to be damaged. Japanese made assistance tools and shoes for prosthetics and such are made with this in mind. Your stuff probably isn't.
#3 They would love black people because, generally speaking, they don't tip.
"RU-clip gay" 😀
I would love to go to Japan
Don’t mimic a Japanese young gf if your opposite sex, like sitting down where nearby they sit. Even if you want to sit. They get upset and start public showing that it’s their gf... even if just wanted to sit, even if your old! At Walt Disney at haunted house long line. Had to try get my son moving because him and his group kept shouting out , and no one said anything... and I don’t understand what they are saying! I’m old and taking my son because we won a free trip!Last time ever in Disney japan! RudeSome taxis take tips after refusing once.
4 is just common sense. Don't be a dick.
NANAI YOU DID NOT WATCH ANIME BAKA
Don't cross the streams.
5:00 XD I got some bad reviews for dis11:53 XD
the last dude😂😂👏🏼