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Yours is the second video I've seen today in which a non-japanese who moved to Japan eventually started to act in a collective way so as to not stand out from others (the other was a Jamaican woman getting her architect license in Tokyo). This worries me a bit. I want to visit Japan, but I like all the things that make me different and I don't want to change. It's possible to subconciously act different and not notice.Can you make a video about Japan's collective "hive" mentality and how you've delt with it? Thanks!
Those nukes really spooked them huh.
Is this actually accurate? Would love to know :)
I often use phone at trainbut I supress my voice
Basically, be an introvert. I love it.
The beauty of the Japanese culture is it has taught it's people to be decent and kind and respectful towards others.
These are good tips! But I’m going to drink my water when I want to...while walking ☺️
Don't walk and eat at the same time? Doesn't Sailor Moon do this all... the... time? Let me guess, she gets a pass because she's running & eating instead of walking & eating?
Uhh... why would that make you think it's acceptable? That's showing you that she's the character who doesn't have her act together. Does Sailor Mercury do it much?But trends are changing, and it's getting to be more and more acceptable in more and more situations.
Basically, anything you do you'll piss someone off.
In ireland telling someone to take off there shoes is more of an honor kinda😂i always am waiting for someone to ask my. Also in school we need shoes..😒
I wish we had these manners in the USA . certain people break all these 'rules' just when taking public transportation.
DON'T_drive on the right_
Don’t lay hashi or chopsticks on top of the bowl
I saw a lot of people eat while walking, no one stared
Japanese are not so different to Chinese from Malaysia and Singapore. We all have to get our shoes off and can't do the chopsticks action when you poke it into your bowl of rice or whatever food.
Why I watchd this video?I am Japanese :-)
i wanna live in japan too, to which extent should i learn the japanese language? is it necessary? Can i get a job there? I don't wanna be that one awkward weeb foreigner but i want to die in japan not in my stupid country :/
Don't make too much eye contact when sitting on train or while walking
Imagine if we used spoons to pass bones of dead people from one person to another
why am i watching this im not even going to japan
When he put the chopsticks straight up on the rice I literally screamed ;o;
1: Don’t scream ZA WARUDOOOO WRYYYYY MUDA MUDA MUDA MUDA MUDA MUDA MUDA
I'd like you to translate these sentences.日本の文化は、海外の人からすれば非常に厳しく、面倒な文化だと思いますが、それでも日本が好きで日本に来てくれる海外の人は、日本人の我々からすればとても嬉しく思います。靴を脱ぎ忘れて土足で上がってしまっても、その人が日本人じゃ無いと分かれば、強く叱責せず相手の文化の違いを思いやり、丁寧な説明で日本の文化を教えてあげるのが日本人のやるべき行動なのではないでしょうか？海外にお住まいの皆様、日本人はまだまだ海外の文化のギャップに対し、理解が浅いとは思いますが、これからもよろしくお願いします。#タピ活
Omg the potatoe man on the business card lol 🥺im in love w ur videos!!
Good info 👍
Japan:dont eat and drink while walking down the street need to keep the sidewalk clean Me:eat and drink while holding a mini trashcan
#1 rule - do not masturbate in class to anime
Soy de El Salvador!!! of course could it be like a lost treasure! min. 5:13
I’m Asian but not Japanese so I get no second chances
We Japanese want to apologize you foreign people that our complex culture annoying you.
A couple people have said it's a very dangerous place for women, especially if you're a tourist. I wanna find out specifically how so? I've been told women get 'felt up' a lot on trains and stuff.
@redfish337 Thank you for taking the time to reply, this really helped.
It's not dangerous for anyone, relatively speaking. Almost anywhere else you can go on the planet is MORE dangerous, especially just considering the human element. Compared to most places you could travel, you can be relatively oblivious. Crime isn't zero of course- and there are murderous crazies who are totally off in the head- like anywhere else, but Japan's high standard of living means those people don't just die off before they can be a problem. But if you're not careful in a lot of countries, you will get scammed, mugged, or pickpocketed. Basically, 100% something will happen if you appear off your guard. Japan, you'd probably get through without issue. You should still be on guard to some extent, but you can have much more peace of mind travelling in Japan.The issue of the trains is... essentially... it's a crime that they can't fix. They can reduce the crime rates of most everything else way down, but groping is something that just can't be eliminated. Because, during rush hour, it essentially can't be caught with any sort of reliability.BUT, as a tourist, you have a special privilege! You don't ever have to go anywhere during rush hour! Even when you do, you can usually take trains that are going reverse of the commuter traffic! So you're actually in much better position than most!For those who do have to commute, many trains provide a women only car during rush hour.Almost everyone in major cities have a briefcase or messenger bag or purse, so even if you're crammed up on everyone, you tend to just be crammed up on bags. So if you are on a crowded train, position your bag properly as defense. Take basic precaution.But again, Japan gets the bad rap because they TALK ABOUT IT SO MUCH, because it's a rare crime they can't actually get rid of, not because the incidence rate is all that high. Especially considering how packed the trains can be at bad times.
I see so anime’s have lied to me
this video came out about 2 months after a similar video with the exact same points. what a freaking hack
I'm crazy japanes. because eating and drinking habits. but I don't care much about the eyes of others.
Narrator: Your Chopstick is CheapChef: *Omae Wa Mou Shinderu!*Narrator: Nani!?
At least japan is clean
It’s just so easy. DON’T DO ANYTHING JAPANESE AROUND YOU AREN’T DOING. Your culture is not their culture. Forget your habit, visit Japan, learn from them and imitate that while you are there, leave when you get tired. That’s it
Pull your eyes and say. O Herro.
Why does it feel life there are more japanese people watching this than non-japanese.
For a moment I thought #4 would be "DON"T Sit on seats for elder people".