Etiquette Guide to Japan offers an inside look at the social norms of the Japanese-when to bow, how to propose a toast, when to pay the bill, the careful art of gift-giving, how to deal with public transportation, dating, weddings, funerals, and last, but not least, how to say good-bye at the end of your stay. If you want to save yourself from possible embarrassment during your stay in Japan, you will find the Etiquette Guide to Japan to be a much-needed companion.Oddly enough, Japanese drunks are often attracted to foreign faces in the crowd and will sometimes approach visitors to ... If you do, it may be interpreted as an invitation to talk or a challenge to fight. ... The dress code went so far as to designate the dates on which people changed from winter to summer clothing and viceanbsp;...
|Title||:||Etiquette Guide to Japan|
|Author||:||Boye Lafayette De Mente|
|Publisher||:||Tuttle Publishing - 2001-08-10|