Interesting facts about Japan

If during a conversation a Japanese person nods to you, it does not mean that he agrees with you, it simply means “I am listening to you carefully and I understand”

The “V” sign (victoria, victory) is still used by the Japanese when shooting.

The character of the number 4 is very similar to the character of the word death. Therefore, don’t even try to find the 4th floor of the hospital or the 4th ward. The Japanese are superstitious people.

Japan is extremely earthquake-prone, with an average of 1,500 earthquakes occurring here each year.
But – an old and very popular genre of Japanese theatrical art – can last up to eight hours.

When washing, the Japanese do not sit in the tub to lather their bodies. They are soaped up outside the tub, then rinsed off, then submerged in hot water to cool off and relax.

Japan is a left-hand drive country and the steering wheel of the car is on the right.

In Japanese villages, it is not necessary to send invitations to weddings or funerals. Events like these are considered public events, so the whole village helps prepare the food and prepare the necessary details for the event.

During a meal, the baguette is never inserted vertically into the food. In the past, food was offered to the dead in this way.

Do you like to snack while eating, but do not allow yourself to do so in society (with family, friends, colleagues, guests, etc.)? Then Japan is for you. It is customary here to smack your lips while taking liquid foods, such as soup. Otherwise, it is believed that you do not like the food and the owner may even be offended.


On the phone, the Japanese greet each other with strange sounds – “Moshi-Moshi”, which means “I say, I say”.

Banknotes in Japan depict men with lush hair and facial hair, as such images make it difficult to counterfeit banknotes.

The Japanese drink the soup from a cup, then eat the thick one with chopsticks. There are no spoons.

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Tokyo is the largest city in the world with a population of 30 million.

Security guards, newspaper vendors, and other delivery services require a lot of experience to find the building they need. Getting to your destination by car is a nightmarish task for anyone, including taxi drivers. At each police station, there is a huge detailed map of the area, which the police show to those who are lost.

In Japanese educational institutions, students usually sit in the same class and teachers move between classes. In our country, it is the opposite, but in universities, it is different, as in ours: students run between buildings and classrooms.

There is an interesting unspoken rule among the Japanese: a girl should not come to work in the same clothes for two days in a row, otherwise, it becomes a sign that she has not spent the night at home and is made public.

Inside Japan, it is not customary to tip – it can even be seen as an insult. In many restaurants, there are warnings that the employees of these establishments already receive a living wage, so there is no need to tip.

Japanese Street View

Japan: the voltage in the network is 100 V,

and the frequency of the current varies greatly in different parts of the country – on some islands the frequency is 50 Hz, on others – 60. In general, finding an outlet for connecting a device that works in Russia or any other CIS country is quite difficult.

The earliest records of same-sex relationships in Japan date back to ancient times, and for a time in Japanese history, love between men was considered the purest form of love. And even now, homosexuality is not considered something extraordinary.

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