Tokyo, Japan: you need to feel it!

When you look at Japanese traditional architecture, you have to look at Japanese culture and its relationship with nature. You can actually live in a harmonious, close contact with nature – this very unique to Japan”(Tadao Ando)

Japan is, without exaggeration, a unique country. I decided to tell you about Japan in an unusual way. I will tell you about it in the form of interesting facts.

The Japanese greatly respect those who can say at least two phrases in their language. They believe that learning it is unrealistic.

What do you know about Japanese food? The Japanese constantly talk about food, and when they eat, they discuss how they like the treat. To have dinner without uttering several times oishii (delicious) is very impolite.

Do you know what really distinguishes Japan from our country? In Japan, tipping is categorically not accepted. It is believed that while the client pays the assigned price for the service, he remains equal with the seller.

Japan has very honest people. If you lost your wallet in the subway, there is a 90% chance that it will be handed over to the lost property office.

What really struck me was that Tokyo is the safest metropolis in the world. It is so safe in Tokyo that six-year-olds use public transport on their own.

Did you know that the Japanese are very shy, not used to expressing their feelings? For many, it’s a real feat to say, “I love you.” To be honest, I am surprised by this fact.

A well-known fact – the Japanese are crazy workaholics. They can easily work 15-18 hours a day without a lunch break. The attitude of the Japanese people is special. Coming to work on time in Japan is considered bad form. You must be at least half an hour earlier.

In Japan, you can see vases with umbrellas on the streets. If it starts to rain, you can take any, and then when the rain ends, put in the nearest vase. I find this very cute.

On Japanese streets you will not see garbage cans. The Japanese carry all the garbage home, and then sort it into four types: glass, burned, recyclable and non-burned garbage. I think this is what each of us should strive for.

Japan is a beautiful country. She is ready to surprise every day. Among other things, Japan is a terribly expensive country. But no matter what, in order to fully know Japan from all sides, you need to feel it.

If you have an extra $1000, quit your job in May, grab your backpack and go to Japan as a tourist. There will be the famous Hanami holiday when sakura blossoms. It is a real fest not only for the Japanese but also for all tourists.

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