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Novosibirsk state pedagogical university A Guideline to Japan Done by: Ilya Popov , group Novosibirsk state pedagogical university A Guideline to Japan Done by: Ilya Popov , group 281 Geography and English department Verified by: I. V. Gulyaeva

Geographical Position Japan is located on the Pacific ocean and in the eastern side Geographical Position Japan is located on the Pacific ocean and in the eastern side of China, Korea and Russia. Japan island country that is comprised of more than three thousand islands.

Brief History Brief History

Emperror Jimmu: The oldest King in History He died when he was 126 He Emperror Jimmu: The oldest King in History He died when he was 126 He reigned Japan for 75 years and 50 days Japanese people are still celebrating him during the New. Year’s festival in the Japanese lunisolar calendar.

Japan surrenders at then end of WWII Japan surrenders at then end of WWII

Economic Development Japanese economic growth lower than expected. Investment has slowed and exports have Economic Development Japanese economic growth lower than expected. Investment has slowed and exports have grown less than expected despite Shinzo Abe's economic revival strategy

Akihito the reigning Emperor of Japan Akihito the reigning Emperor of Japan "His Imperial Majesty the Emperor“ born 23 December 1933

The Japanese yen, the official currency of Japan Toyota Motor Corporation is a Japanese The Japanese yen, the official currency of Japan Toyota Motor Corporation is a Japanese automotive manufacture r

Sony Corporation commonly referred to as Sony, is a Japanese multinational conglomerate corporation Japanese Sony Corporation commonly referred to as Sony, is a Japanese multinational conglomerate corporation Japanese assistant robots

Mentality and Values Japanese Features: Industry Hospitality Obedience Discipline Tolerance Mentality and Values Japanese Features: Industry Hospitality Obedience Discipline Tolerance

Greetings When you introduce yourself, all Japanese will shake hands with you Japanese people Greetings When you introduce yourself, all Japanese will shake hands with you Japanese people are greeting by bowing

The angle of inclination depends on the age and status The angle of inclination depends on the age and status

Clothes Traditional Japanese clothing Clothes Traditional Japanese clothing

Japanese cafe waitresses should wear uniforms maid School uniform Japanese cafe waitresses should wear uniforms maid School uniform

Japanese like to cosplay characters from the anime and manga Japanese like to cosplay characters from the anime and manga

Food and Drink. Table Manners. Food and Drink. Table Manners.

Some Table Rules Don’t blow your nose in public, and especially at the table. Some Table Rules Don’t blow your nose in public, and especially at the table. It is considered good manners to empty your dishes to the last grain of rice. Don’t talk about toilet related and similarly unappetizing topics. It is considered bad manner to burp. After eating, try to move all your dishes back to the same position they were at the start of the meal.

Every Day Activity The traditional lifestyle without shoes inside a building Wash and rinse Every Day Activity The traditional lifestyle without shoes inside a building Wash and rinse off your body, before you enter the bathtub At most Japanese and Chinese restaurants, chopsticks are usually served

Body Language Body Language

Role of Males and Females in Society Role of Males and Females in Society

Public Behaviour Acceptable Public Behavior Bows are used to express appreciation. They also convey Public Behaviour Acceptable Public Behavior Bows are used to express appreciation. They also convey respect. The American ‘OK’ sign (thumb and forefinger in the shape of an ‘O’) means ‘money’ in Japan. Tipping is not expected.

Doing Business Card Exchanges Guidelines: Cards are exchanged at the beginning of a meeting. Doing Business Card Exchanges Guidelines: Cards are exchanged at the beginning of a meeting. It is best to stand up when exchanging cards with those of higher rank.

Dos and Dont’s Dos: - - - Expect to be surprised! - Always remove Dos and Dont’s Dos: - - - Expect to be surprised! - Always remove your footwear - Bow politely - Bring small gifts - Have gratitude and humility - Visit temples frequently - Dont’s: - Be offended by seemingly standoffish behaviour - Wear your slippers - Blow your nose in public - Be loud and obnoxious in public - Spear food with chopsticks - Be afraid to slurp - Eat or drink while you walk or are in transit.

Here are some websites: http: //www. mapsofworld. com/japan/geography-japan. html http: //www. facts-about-japan. com/brief-history. html Here are some websites: http: //www. mapsofworld. com/japan/geography-japan. html http: //www. facts-about-japan. com/brief-history. html http: //www. theguardian. com/world/2013/dec/09/japaneseeconomic-growth-forecasts-cut http: //www. dummies. com/how-to/content/japanese-greetingsand-goodbyes. html http: //web-japan. org/kidsweb/explore/housing/ http: //ifanboy. com/articles/what-is-cosplay-and-why-do-peopledo-it/ http: //www. japan-zone. com/culture/food. shtml http: //www. japan-guide. com/e/e 2005. html http: //www. tofugu. com/guides/japanese-body-language/ http: //marklsl. tripod. com/Writings/japan. htm http: //business. uni. edu/buscomm/International. Bus. Comm/world/ asia/japan/japan_printable. html http: //www. japan-guide. com/e/e 2195. html http: //www. lonelyplanet. com/asia/travel-tips-and-articles/77764

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