5 Japanese Etiquettes That You Haven’t Heard Of

From wearing a mask in the train to bowing at a 45 degree angle when meeting customers, Japan can have a lot of etiquette that one needs to know before coming to Japan. Here are some mannerisms that you probably haven’t even heard of and will give you that extra edge compared to other foreigners in your school or work in Japan.

  1. Appointment Mannerism

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Japanese culture, food, sightseeing spots, and photography. Tokyo based Asian American professional photographer born and raised in Hawaii.

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Japanese culture, food, sightseeing spots, and photography. Tokyo based Asian American professional photographer born and raised in Hawaii.

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