Published October 25, 1999
by Wilson Learning Corp .
Written in English
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From table manners to train etiquette, it can be hard to remember the social rules in Japan. Here is a quick guide to the need-to-know do's and don'ts so that you can blend in with the locals. With regional variations and some unexpected practices, Japanese dining manners can be confusing, but watching those around you is the best way to get an. 'Dos & Don'ts in Japan' succinctly brings the traveller into the exotic land of the Far East, guiding you step by step from your landing at the airport all the way into Tokyo itself. Although the book shared certain differences in Japanese culture outside of Tokyo, the capital remained its main focus. Japan dos and don'ts: etiquette tips for first-time travellers. Lonely Planet. Lonely Planet Writer. 2 October Japan is warm and welcoming to travellers, but its unique culture can be as inscrutable as it is intriguing for the first-time visitor. To help create a faux-pas-free journey, arm yourself with a few of these handy etiquette tips. Do: book transportation. Whether traveling by car, train or plane in Japan, a little preparation before leaving home helps smooth your passage. Overseas visitors require an International Driver's Permit to drive in Japan, and they must apply for the permit in their own country.
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Don't waste your time, or the time of your CEO during your next presentation. Follow these simple do's and don'ts of effective presentations and get the most out of these valuable opportunities. Dos and Don'ts In Japan Japan, often called “ The land of the rising sun ” because it was once believed that they were the first people to see the sunrise in the east. Japan is a beautiful country well known for its punctuality and beauty and has the third longest life expectancy in the world. Back to Contents. General Dos and Don’ts in Japan DO: Get a Japanese Rail Pass. There’s no way around this, it’s a bloody fortune ($/£ per person for a 2-week pass), but one that more than pays you back. Business cards are taken seriously in Japan, and exchanging them follows a protocol. Japanese business cards (known as meishi) are treated with utmost conducting business, carry your cards in a nice case so that you don't hand your .