How do Japanese students study?
Japanese studying culture is pretty different from here in Singapore – they focus primarily on rote memory and the minute details, thus top students study mostly by cateogrizing all the details into a mind-map and constantly revising them. Japanese students seldom study in groups.
What is the cheapest place to live in Japan?
Tokyo, Yokohama, and Osaka are three of the most expensive cities in Japan. Kyoto and Fukuoka are the most affordable.
Is Japan safe at night?
Nationmaster.com, a site dedicated to statistical information of countries around the world, lists Japan as number one in people feeling safe walking alone at night. In overall worries about being attacked, Japanese citizens ranked third least worried.
What should I avoid in Japan?
12 things you should never do in JapanDon’t break the rules of chopstick etiquette. Don’t wear shoes indoors. Don’t ignore the queuing system. Avoid eating on the go. Don’t get into a bathtub before showering first. Don’t blow your nose in public. Don’t leave a tip. Avoid loud phone conversations while on public transit.
Is it rude to wear sunglasses in Japan?
Well, even though times are changing and the youths are starting to wear them, most Japanese still don’t. So remember, don’t gift your Japanese friends with sunglasses because they might not use it!
Are Yakuza friendly?
They were members of the Sumiyoshi-kai, the second-biggest crime family in Japan. Still, for a group of people whose signature move is slicing off each other’s fingers they were pretty friendly. The yakuza can afford to be out in the open like this because they’ve got nothing to hide.