Chervonyuk Eugene writes: "the Darlings, as you know, I had megavolcano trip to Japan. Today's menu — all sorts of unusual facts about Japan and Japanese!"
1. In all the Northern cities of Japan, where snow falls in winter, heated sidewalks and streets. Ice does not happen, and the snow clean up is not necessary. Very convenient! In Japan there is no Central heating. Each heats the apartment as can be: oil heaters, stoves on kerosene and gas.
Now in Japan is winter, so on a miracle-the sidewalks we have not experienced, but desperately believe local.
2. ...that does not prevent them from making money. In Japan, generally know how to make money out of nothing. Then quickly appear and the fashion for anything. For example, a chameleon or a Panda, then all things with their image sold at once. Or isoflavones beans. Boom usually lasts no longer than a year, defies explanation and after 3 years, remember the hard, but the money is made giant.
3. This uncle, for example, advertises... popcorn. Recently there was a movie on TV advertising this popcorn. So these popcorn now the queues are huge. You read my post, and the people in line for popcorn.
4. In Japan, there is no migrant workers. This is achieved by the simple law: the minimum wage, which is allowed to hire foreign workers in Japan exceeds the average salary of the Japanese labor. Thus, the employer is more profitable to hire a Japanese person than a foreigner.
5. The age of consent in Japan is 13 years old. From this point a person is considered able to give informed consent to sex with another person.
6. In the Japanese subway and trains have women-only carriages. They are attached in the morning to rush hour no one molested girls. Japanese voyeurs, and feeling girls Packed trains — something of a national sport.
7. This is experienced, comrades! Not on the subway. My butt pinched this giant candy — mascot in the Mall. What am I being modest? Well so went the marshmallow paw on my butt.
In Japan one of the lowest rates of rape in the world. Five times less than in Russia.
8. Instead of a signature in Japan put a special personal seal, Hanko. Such printing is present in every Japanese, and it is used many times a day. And you can buy in any store.
9. It looks like this.
10. And it's very unusual and cool. It is believed that until the client pays for the service assigned, it remains with the seller on equal terms. If the customer tries to leave extra money, he thereby devalues provided a service or product, relegating equal exchange to the handouts. By the way, in Japan a fantastically polite service, after the local the entire staff anywhere in the world seems hamlivye.
11. The Japanese language consists of several levels of politeness: conversational, respectful, polite and very courteous. Almost every conversation begins with, "sumimasen" — "excuse me", or "gautamas arigato" — "thank you" good — well, as if in advance, because you will be wasting your time. When I said some common phrases or words in Japanese, and I became even more polite.
12. Fuji really is a private residence and is owned by Shrine of the Great temple of Hongu Sengen Shrine, which houses a gift from the Shogun, Dating from 1609 year. Fuji and we also saw only fog. But Yes, beauty.
13. Well, how much, it's just such education. Not experienced, but read on one of the forums here: "If the Japanese went to Amsterdam, where I smoked, and it saw another Japanese and he knocked the first going to jail". Everything is clear, in my opinion
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