Japan’s napping culure, anytime anywhere !?
Taking a nap on public buses, trains, and other venues is considered acceptable in Japan. Here are seven reasons why it's fine to take a nap in public when you're in Japan.
“Kawaii” is big in Japan! What is Kawaii ?
To understand the popularity of kawaii in Japan, perhaps we need to concentrate on wider Japanese culture.
The conflict avoiding culture of Japan
When it comes to public harmony, there’s no place better at keeping the balance than Japan. Known locally as ‘WA’ this concept is one where everyone strives to get along.
Explore the culture of Japan: Kamon Family Crests
Kamon or a Japanese family crest remains a tradition and is used on some occasions to this day. All Japanese people have their own Kamon.
Why Japanese people wear masks? Common sense!?
Read on to find out many reasons why Japanese people wear surgical masks and walk on the street
Overtime work in Japan
Few countries have such an overwhelming commitment to work in the same way Japan does. From their focus on harmony to the requirement for long working hours, everything in Japanese culture points towards work being the center of the average person’s life.
Parking in Japan
The land in Tokyo is very small but on the other hand, most of people have a car. Therefore, most of car parking in Tokyo is Mechanical parking which we think it is rare in other countries.
How Religious are the Japanese? You will see the day-to-day fact of the amazing life in Japan.
Amazing Japanese Fast Food
If you're a fan of fast food, instant noodles, and incredible store-bought snacks, then there's no better country than Japan. You will see the day-to-day fact of the amazing life in Japan.
Japan Safest Country？
Japan's culture of safety and respect is just one of the many reasons it is such an incredible place to visit.