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"No tips in Japan" is my most respected culture of Japan. I tipped the Imperial Hotel's bell boy once and he said shyly, "No, no. No tipping in Japan." When I asked him why he said proudly in a slow English, "it is my honor to service".
japanese ppl dont cross on red lights because you never know when truck-san will come along to run you over
Never ever be sarcastic Japanese don’t understand
13) don't come outside with an orange jumpsuit claiming your naruto
Why am I watching this, I'm Japanese
Japan sounds more like my kind of place than my country, USA No tips No touch No loud phone calls in public Carefully expressed opinions Take off your shoes
So when someone hands you a business car, we should analyze it like: "Look at that subtle off-white coloring; the tasteful thickness of it... Oh my God, it even has a watermark."
you don't wanna stuff somebodys physical extension in your butt
Holy sh*t, when you're socially awkward and don't want to touch anything... Japan is the best place to be! My kind of place!
Don't record a DEAD BODY
12 things not to do in Japan: 1: don’t film a dead body
Tipping is for countries that don't pay their employees enough, or don't have a reasonable tax system on goods and services.
Lucky son of a gun ! He got a business card from Humpty Dumpty ! !
Wait so There is no touching other people No littering No tipping No people shouting on public transport No shoes indoors Sounds like a dream!
Hello, just a random Japanese passing through. Just so you know, about the trash cans, one of the major reasons why there’s no trash cans is because there was coordinated terror attack in 1990s. It was caused by 5 people from a cult, Aum Shinrikyo. They put deadly gasses called Sarin in the subway of Tokyo, and it can easily kill an adult. 5000people were injured. So anyways, because of this horrific attack, the Japanese government decided to take away trash cans to avoid a place to hide bombs and gasses. Thanks for reading my bad grammar skills and have a nice tour in Japan :)
"Maybe my cat is dead" - obviously he got Schrödinger's cat.
Make a bin locater app. Bam your moderatly wealthy lol
That dude waiting for the green light to cross the 2m wide empty road has me feeling a certain way i cant explain but it rubs me wrongly
In Japan: Rare bins and almost no littering In my country: Bins put five feet away, but shit's still on the streets
I'd like to see the Japanese SWAT team carefully removing their shoes and moving into slippers before infiltrating.