Business Etiquette In the Asian Country. Japan. ※ Business cards exchange In Japan, business cards are called meishi . Japanese give and receive meishi with both hands. It should be printed in your home language on one side and Japanese on the other.
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※Business cards exchange
In Japan, business cards are called meishi. Japanese give and receive meishi with both hands. It should be printed in your home language on one side and Japanese on the other.
Present the card with the Japanese language side up.
Take special care in handling cards that are given to you. Do not write on the card. Do not put the card in you pocket or wallet.
Upon receipt of the card, it is important to examine the card carefully as a show of respect.
Tipping is not expected.
The Japanese prefer to use last names.
14 is bad luck, because in Japanese it sounds like the word for death.
Japanese don’t like talking about War 2.
Japanese prefer not to use the word no
※Relationships & Communication .
※Business Meeting Etiquette
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