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Get 10% off (save up to $ 44!) Your own authentic Japanese snack box from Bokksu using my link: and code PAOLO10 10 Reasons Why Japanese Don’t Like Foreigners Living in Japan. It’s probably fair to say that visiting Japan as a tourist It’s no longer all about visiting cool sites and eating awesome food, Foreign residents quickly become part of the daily grind with every other Japanese person living here. And what a lot of foreigners don ‘t realize is there are quite a lot of unwritten rules when living in Japan in order to help keep it a pleasant society, until maybe it’s too late. The idea behind this video is to share some interesting unwritten rules I’ve personally come across to help anyone planning on living in Japan to avoid being thought of as a rude foreigner. As always, these are general rules in Japan, nothing is absolute in this world, everyone is different and reactions from Japanese will vary on how sens Some Japanese dislike this behavior quite a bit while some Japanese maybe okay with it. I am speaking in general terms. The point of this video is to help foreigners, who plan to live in Japan or maybe recently moved to Japan, understand what the regular Japanese culture and Japanese customs are so that they don’t come off rude without knowing it. I hope this helps as a Japan guide. As always, let me know how it compares to your culture. Get my Tokyo & Japan Merch and show your support! —- Tokyo Zebra: My 2nd YouTube Channel —- See My Life in Japan behind the scenes –Questions about Japan or Japan Travel? Get answers and chat with my Discord Community –This video was sponsored by Bokksu Shipping Update: –Channel Support — Want to help SUPPORT my channel, buy me a BEER or Maiko and I DINNER? Thank you in advance! –PayPal: –Venmo: PaolofromTokyo (venmo.com/paolofromtokyo) ) –Patreon: –Bitcoin: 1AUZW1Emio4qtRiBir3EUDey1zi3ssoRsw Join YouTube Cha nnel Memberships —- Merch Store: —– Help with Subtitles / Closed Captioning —– ——- Business —– Want me to feature your business in my video? Business@tokyozebra.com Want to send me stuff? For ADDRESS ——- For more info about me —– I’m from TOKYO JAPAN, I’ve been living here for a long time. I’ll be your Tokyo Travel Guide I’m also into Tech so you’ll see a few videos about my drone and other cool toys I discover. In short , the channel is all about what I Love, Japan, Food, Travel, Tech and most likely coming FROM-TOKYO, my home. –Website –Instagram: @paolofromtokyo –@ tokyo.zebra —- Facebook: –Twitter: — –My Film Gear —– (Affiliate Links Used –I may receive commission from products purchased) –Main Camera (USA Link) (International) –Main Wide Lens (USA Link) (International) –Powered Mic (USA Link) ) (International) –Mic (USA Link) (Internatio nal) –Portable TriPod (USA Link) (International) –Gimbal (USA Link) (International) –Drone (Original) (USA Link) (International) –For a complete list of my gear: Access to Music in video :.

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Paolo fromTOKYO 24/02/2022 - 8:52 Chiều

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Dustin Hudson 24/02/2022 - 8:52 Chiều

When a society loses its values, things begin to crumble very quickly.

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Dustin Hudson 24/02/2022 - 8:52 Chiều

Quick answer is they are smart, probably.

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Abhishek Buragohain 24/02/2022 - 8:52 Chiều

It's simple bec no 1 wants that some1 come and live there home. Country is like a join family house. But no1 wants yours neighbours come and live your home. That's the reason…

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TASTY GAMING 24/02/2022 - 8:52 Chiều

im in america, everyone is welcome, get in debt, pay your taxes xD

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jamarmiller 24/02/2022 - 8:52 Chiều

living here since 2005 and I can tell you the Japanese people are some of the rudest, back stabbing, two face a-holes on the planet. There is plenty good ones of course like every country but plenty of bad ones too. great place to visit as a tourist, they are some of the most polite people on the planet if you are a traveler. I cannot recommend it enough to visit on a vacation. But if you come here to live LONG TERM, make sure that you have enough money ( like a million or 2 USD ) where you can ignore them all , whenever you want and do whatever you want , because financially you can say no to them. Which is what I did. Also You will probably enjoy japan more if you just ignore those Japanese rules/manner and say EFF it. which is what I also did. Just do what is polite in countries like America , Canada, The UK . 9 out of ten times you will be better than they are if you do so. If you do this Most of them will sit back and say they wish they could have your life but are too scared from the Karens who are Jealous. The only a-holes that wont like you are people not worth talking to anyways and are just Jealous to the bone. Manners are based on good behavior in Japan its based on fear of others, Being slaves to your boss or ect. So yeah long term happiness in Japan would be saying EFF you dumb as rules. Im living my life to the fullest .

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Blue_sky21 24/02/2022 - 8:52 Chiều

Thank you for the heads up

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Love Peace 24/02/2022 - 8:52 Chiều

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Love Peace 24/02/2022 - 8:52 Chiều

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Gerson Souza 24/02/2022 - 8:52 Chiều

Thank you for sharing your knowledge and experience. I like how cultures think and behave differently and undestanding (not judging) is the best way to deal with it.

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Sinan Hanay 24/02/2022 - 8:52 Chiều

I lived in Turkey, US, Japan and Switzerland. By far Japan is the worst to live. Japan is a nightmare for people who has personality, that means everybody:). Japan expects everybody to be in one form, all stupid rules killing it's citizens life. I had a Japanese friend visiting last year's Turkey. He told me an observation he made in Turkey: even a Syrian refugee searching trash bins are happier than any Japanese. Poor Japanese people, I really feel bad for them, their lives are stolen from them.

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CSE 1-064 24/02/2022 - 8:52 Chiều

5:19 yes.

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Kumiko Ishida 24/02/2022 - 8:52 Chiều

All things you lister is just common sense how would normal person do 🙂
Except chopsticks

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ricky lappin 24/02/2022 - 8:52 Chiều

I was in Japan for 3 weeks . The people were very rude .
I lived in Hawaii 40 years . The Japanese tourists were very rude . Japanese people are by far the rudest of all the people I've met .

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Luka Maksimovic 24/02/2022 - 8:52 Chiều

Here in Serbia we don't have rules.

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Burning Dwarf 24/02/2022 - 8:52 Chiều

In the US. you wear sunglasses at a funeral?
Thats rude even by my relaxed dutch standards

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Brandon King 24/02/2022 - 8:52 Chiều

I'm from America, so honestly, I'm up for anything else!

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existe_mas 24/02/2022 - 8:52 Chiều

As Hard as their rules and etiquette may be, it’s like this all over the globe. What most people don’t understand is that not everywhere in the world is supposed to be welcoming, nice or even helpful just because you came from a culture like that

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Gail Joe 24/02/2022 - 8:52 Chiều

Anecdotally, we are not Japanese, but my father in-law likes to touch everything that is food related out on the kitchen counter. This is the case even if he isn't going to eat it at that moment, and could be in fact even as someone else is preparing it for themselves. It doesn't bother me typically, but my wife gets upset and criticizes him for it, and he still does it, lol!
Anyhow, the not touching thing at grocery stores is so odd to me. How do you know if something isn't damaged/bruised or how "ripe" it is already unless you pick it up to inspect it before putting in the cart?

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Timothy Nathan 24/02/2022 - 8:52 Chiều

Really works out for the company when no one is able to take a break lol. If you could tweak collectivism to benefit the worker and not the company it wouldnt be so bad… like a union.

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Delavan 24/02/2022 - 8:52 Chiều

I love their attitude toward dogs. The number of dogs in other countries is over-the-top these days, it's disgusting and really annoying, as well as putting additional burden on the planet for no good reason.

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O-o Zzz 24/02/2022 - 8:52 Chiều

Japanese people are too much fanatics of theirself, they are arrogant and and not so good educate as they say. They are a close country for 2 years but they can enjoy others countries on that period and come back home. What a show, i hope the worst for them.

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Major Ramsey 24/02/2022 - 8:52 Chiều

IDK about you but I don't mind someone pressing up on my meat.

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Aaron Landis 24/02/2022 - 8:52 Chiều

Japanese. Don’t. Like. Foreigners. Guygen. Period

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Nick 24/02/2022 - 8:52 Chiều

What I tell myself if I wanted to move to Japan
Be polite, respectful to everyone and put a good expression on the community.
Learn from your mistakes and learn the Japanese Culture to not be rude.
Give a gift to your neighbors! It allows them to get to know you and trust me if you become friends with them they will treat you very very well not to mention you are accepted.
If you feel like you did something wrong apologize and learn from the mistake.
Eventually you will learn the rules, Japanese people are very kind and forgiving towards foreigners so don't be afraid of the rules.
This applies to everyone, Learn to speak Japanese so you can communicate better and don't miss out on opportunities

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Chueng Jen 24/02/2022 - 8:52 Chiều

because japanese hate forgein

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Sovereign 24/02/2022 - 8:52 Chiều

I’m pretty sure nowhere likes foreigners

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Sharptooth Trex 24/02/2022 - 8:52 Chiều

What if they are all Asian foreigners? Do not count on this one!

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Joshu u 24/02/2022 - 8:52 Chiều

This is why i choose to avoid being polite

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SpaceRanger 24/02/2022 - 8:52 Chiều

I lived in Japan for 8 years i loved it

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s...,,! 24/02/2022 - 8:52 Chiều

just dis lik ing ↗ title

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