Don’t You Dare Talk About MONEY in Japan make money online japan

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You might have been surprised by the title, but it is a fact. You will be seen as a bad or evil person, who did something terrible if you are a person with money in Japan. But most people with money have put a lot of And the rich are the ones who are paying most of the taxes in Japan too. Why do many Japanese people. And in most cases, the purpose is for the good of the world and people. And the rich are the ones who are paying most of the taxes in Japan too. hate and attack the rich, even when they are most supported by them? Today, I will explain about how rich people are seen in Japan, and why Japan came to be like this. This is especially recommended to those who are willing to study or Watch till the end, and check out my few points of advice on what to be careful about with communication with Japanese people.

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Let's ask Shogo | Your Japanese friend in Kyoto 28/02/2022 - 7:15 Chiều

Are there similar problems in your country too?

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Jay Blackburn 28/02/2022 - 7:15 Chiều

A way that I achieve both saving and investing is by hunting and fishing also growing my food. Always share with neighbors.

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United States of America 28/02/2022 - 7:15 Chiều

We are the opposite of Japan. We make money through working in jobs. Like welding

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United States of America 28/02/2022 - 7:15 Chiều

Who needs to save money when you live in a Country that has over 10T am i right?

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United States of America 28/02/2022 - 7:15 Chiều

The DPRK is the opposite when Kim Jon Un became the supreme leader

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United States of America 28/02/2022 - 7:15 Chiều

The US may have some Rich people/companies like Apple with $2.1 trillion dollars people who hates them (not Apple) take their revenge by keying cars the rich owns, egg boats they own, and even kill them. Lots of Dutch people actually egged Jeff Bezos' yacht in the Netherlands in Europe

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miles gemini 28/02/2022 - 7:15 Chiều

From what I understand the richest CEOs in Japan only make a fraction of what the richest ones in the u.s. make, unfortunately they hide their money in offshore accounts so they don't pay taxes on them and the money goes to lobbyists in d.c. to influence government.

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medaka 28/02/2022 - 7:15 Chiều

me,i'm"not yet evil"because i'm on my 50's,but still i'm still living poor,struggling poor and suffering poor".being poor is the hardest thing.

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Olhor10 28/02/2022 - 7:15 Chiều

Your channel made me realise that Japan is like anti-utopia. It's not how humans are evolved to live.

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Terrence Brann 28/02/2022 - 7:15 Chiều

Japan is not the only place with that attitude

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Wei Wuxian 28/02/2022 - 7:15 Chiều

It’s still better than rich people boot lickers in US tbh.

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René Casaña 28/02/2022 - 7:15 Chiều

So, Japan got woke millennials? Not surprised at all.

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Ethan Markel 28/02/2022 - 7:15 Chiều

Sounds like something the rich would say. " money is evil, save yourself. " as they drive off in there $100,000 sportscar.

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Mephisto 28/02/2022 - 7:15 Chiều

we also taught about saving money at elementary school here, and given out the savings notebook.
but we also taught about accounting journals and financial balance management since junior high school (about the age of 11 – 14). i'm quite surprised when you say "no politics in tea ceremony" while samurai generals and leaders often use the tea ceremony to talk about politics.

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Gregory Cox 28/02/2022 - 7:15 Chiều

Very enlightening. Valuable. It explains a lot.

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Aviva Lactermam 28/02/2022 - 7:15 Chiều

I love your videos Shogo. I am learning so much from them. Thanks for doing them.

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primeholyassasin20 28/02/2022 - 7:15 Chiều

This video is an interesting contrast to my initial impression of Japan's attitude towards money. Given that Japan has many achievements in high culture, I assumed that they were living it up somewhat, and as a teen i considered them the decadent cultural pinnacle of far east asia. Their zen gardens are a feast for the eyes, and Tokyo has many Michelin star restaurants highlighting their fine cuisine. Their hospitality is impressive too (part hyatt tokyo and the prince sakura tower look pristine), a friend of mine stayed at a Hilton there and said it was the best experience he's ever had in a hotel. Interesting to see though that the economic mentality of the populace leans more toward the austere side…

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Emma Jewell 28/02/2022 - 7:15 Chiều

Awesome information ❤️

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Dario Pato 28/02/2022 - 7:15 Chiều

I think the mindset of hating rich is necessary. If we idolize them like in western societies they wont give back to the community like japanese rich people apparently do. Defending the notion that the rich give back to society from the point of view of a brazillian makes no sense at all…

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IgnisPhoenix 28/02/2022 - 7:15 Chiều

And just think, the original cartoon of Duck Tales was made in Japan.

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Grayson Blaufuss 28/02/2022 - 7:15 Chiều

Here in the U.S I have found that it is only polite to talk about how much you earn with your coworkers as I believe it’s important to make sure everyone of you is getting paid a fair wage for the same work.

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Fluttershy Fan 28/02/2022 - 7:15 Chiều

Seriously we can't talk about money what is this country just like Thailand there worst like that

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Wasita Wijayanti 28/02/2022 - 7:15 Chiều

by watching this video, I feel how lucky I am living in Indonesia. because we have no such social pressure in talking about money, politic and religion. I studied in the university majoring in the language and Japanese culture. now I understand why my sensei suggested us not to talk about money to Japanese people. And also it is common for us raising money for donations to help each other after earthquake etc. thank you for this video.

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Tolvfen 28/02/2022 - 7:15 Chiều

Is it religion to mention esoteric and ancient alien theory?

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Chris Kelley 28/02/2022 - 7:15 Chiều

none of this seems like a bad thing

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United States of America 28/02/2022 - 7:15 Chiều

If i was in east Japan in a city where the Great Eastern Japan Earthquake i would let Gahckt save me

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United States of America 28/02/2022 - 7:15 Chiều

"Laugh like crap" cause the rich people in japan look like crap to

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United States of America 28/02/2022 - 7:15 Chiều

If i live in Japan i would get almost broke like if my house is my body and my money is my legs one of my legs were attacked by not burglars but by the Japanese people

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United States of America 28/02/2022 - 7:15 Chiều

The Japanese Empire rose to power in 1868 and fell in 1947

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United States of America 28/02/2022 - 7:15 Chiều

If Jeff Bezos went to Japan he would get arrested

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