Japan In-Depth Learning 1: Japanese Basic Manners and Rules

Japan In-Depth Learning 1: Japanese Basic Manners and Rules


  • All students should be excited and curious about Japan, and ready to learn basic manners and way of thinking in Japan.


Are you visiting Japan soon?

This course offers practical lessons for people visiting Japan so they know what to expect, what to do, and what not to do in the light of Japanese manners, as well as simple and practical Japanese phrases.

When you are planning to visit Japan, you must be both excited and worried about the difference in language, culture, food, transportation system, etc.

Every single client who I have guided in the past said that Japanese people are so kind and helpful, and I really do agree. Even though not many Japanese people are necessarily good at speaking other languages than Japanese, they always try to help you and be friendly with you.

But at the same time, Japan has a unique culture with its own rules and manners. Visitors could be sometimes viewed as being rude in the eyes of local Japanese by unintentionally doing things against Japanese rules and manners.

Japanese people understand visitors do not do it intentionally, but if people who come to Japan are informed beforehand of what not to do, they don’t have to be viewed as being rude and the experience they have could be even friendlier and even more memorable.

In this course, I would like to share with you basic but very important Japanese manners so you won’t surprise or offend anybody when you are in Japan and you could be treated nicely with respect.

When you finish this course, you will be ready to have fun, memorable experiences in Japan!

Who this course is for:

  • Anyone who is interested in Japan, planning to visit Japan, or already living in Japan and encountering the urgent necessity to understand Japanese manners
  • Anyone who is involved in business with Japanese boss/employee/clients and would like to understand the basic Japanese manners and values to create even better relationships
  • Anyone who would like to work as a tour guide in Japan


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