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What do you know about Japanese culture?. Taking off shoes. People take off their shoes when they enter the room. They separate the outside from inside with a step and a removal shoes. They can feel relaxed to take off their shoes.

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taking off shoes
Taking off shoes
  • People take off their shoes when they enter the room.
  • They separate the outside from inside with a step and a removal shoes.
  • They can feel relaxed to take off their shoes.
  • Japanese houses have tatami, a straw mat, it can be damaged by shoes.
  • Japanese usually sit on the floor, not a chair.
having a bath
Having a Bath
  • Most of Japanese houses have bath tabs.
  • Japanese like taking bath.
  • They enjoy bath with spa powder which is their favorite flavor.
  • Some people use a rest of water to wash their clothes.
  • People have to take a bath after thoroughly washing.
noisy noodles
Noisy Noodles
  • Japanese usually like noodles.
  • The slurping sound shows that people are enjoying the taste.
  • There are three different noodles, udon, soba, ramen.
  • They let noodles cool making noisy sound.
say itadakimasu
Say Itadakimasu!
  • Everyone says ‘itadakimasu’ when the meal starts.
  • The word means thank you for what we are receiving.
  • Japanese don’t say grace at the beginning of a meal.
  • At the end of a meal, everyone says ‘gochisousamadeaita’ means almost same as ‘itadakimasu’.
let s go karaoke
Let’s go Karaoke!
  • Karaoke was born in Japan.
  • It lets you sing along with prerecorded music.
  • Everyone has a lot of fun to sing there with their family or friends or co-workers.
  • It costs cheap, so it is easy to go for everyone.
overcrowded trains
Overcrowded Trains
  • Especially in an urban area, many people go to school or work by trains.
  • Trains are crowded with so many students and workers.
  • Some people make up their faces there!
  • Some gropers in trains are big problem.
  • Crowded trains are a symbol of hard-working Japanese.
bullet train called shinkansen
Bullet Train called Shinkansen
  • The shinkansen is a fast, safe mode of transportation that Japan takes pride in.
  • This Japanese railway skill are known and used all over the world.
  • The entire of Japan is covered by a railway network.
  • There are some big fans of railways called tetsuota or Techan.
giving tissues
Giving tissues
  • The tissues are a form of advertising.
  • They are a free gift, but have an advertisement in the package.
  • This is a clever way of getting people to take an advertisement.