Continuation of previous post :)
2010-12-14 @ 22:08:38
Daily life:
1. Never be late for an appointment.
2. In Japan, there is no such custom as "a preference for women. "
3. On the street, avoid excessive mental and visual contact - forget all the clapping and showing straight at someone with your finger (use this if you have to hand).
4. For the Japanese, silence is often more eloquent than words.
Continuation of previous post :)
2010-12-14 @ 20:17:36
Congratulations and condolences:
1. Happy events such as weddings, births, go to school are socially promoted and supported.
2. Giving money is normal at such ceremonies as marriage and burial. Money is given for special occasion envelopes.
3. During the funeral ceremony can be a monetary gift called "Koden."
Continuation of previous post :)
2010-12-14 @ 20:10:38
1. Is rude to eat or drink something when you walk down the street.
2. Do not insist relentlessly expecting to eat or not eat it voraciously.
3. In Japan, there is no custom of tipping, the norm is also paying the bills in hand, starting from the restaurant, rather than at the waiter.
4. Bullying is taken the rest of the conversions in the store or restaurant.
Manners and Label
2010-12-12 @ 19:47:01
The Japanese attach great importance to them, but it is impossible to list them all, so here are some key.
Presentation by:
1. At the first meeting of the Japanese usually bow to the west instead of giving them hands habit, but when I try them odkłonić, exhaust and give a hand to shake.
2. Japanese people in formal situations, usually bow to, or otherwise use the nod of the head. The custom of bowing contains different shades, depending on the situation and relations between people.
3. Business cards are essential in business - they should be administered with both hands facing the correct side of the recipient.
4. Also receives a business card with both hands, you must first see it and read the company name. You should never hide the business card to pants and sit on it.
2010-12-12 @ 19:45:10
The Japanese tend to eat with chopsticks. By covering the table, put on the left - a bowl of rice, and on the right - the soup. Sticks lie parallel to them. The right hand holds a baton, and the left puts a bowl of rice or soup. Just drink the soup straight from the bowl - to the other plates and bowls dating back to chopsticks. Before the meal, say "Itadakimasu" and after a meal, "Gochiso deshita-sama." This is equivalent to our "tasty" and "thank you" :)
Japanese meal
2010-10-27 @ 19:34:55
Hello! On that note, I will write about the most popular Japanese dishes. In traditional Japanese cuisine puts a lot of work in preparing the meals, often made of raw ingredients. A daily meal consists of rice, for example, vegetable soup with soy paste (miso), marinades and fish or meat.Known Japanese dish is thin strips of raw fish (sashimi) with green horseradish.In Japan, it is also a popular noodle (soba, udon), which it sometimes instead of rice. Japan's favorite drink is green tea dosage is it after meals and at all social events.
It's all for today see you next week.
Japanese homes :)
2010-10-27 @ 19:23:14
Hi! I will now write about Japanese homes. Japanese houses and apartments are very different from each other. In rural areas of Japan, you can still find traditional houses of wood and clay, covered with tiles. Sliding doors and windows are made from paper and wood. The floor of the vestibule, hall and kitchen is wooden. Other rooms are lined with reed mats.
My interests :)
2010-10-27 @ 18:45:15
Hello everyone! Today I'll write about my interests. So I am interested in Japanese culture, language and everything. Japan occupies an area of 377 435 km square. The capital is Tokyo, which is inhabited by eight million inhabitants. System is a parliamentary constitutional monarchy. The head of state is Emperor Akihito. And soon more of details about Japan.
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