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Japan

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Transcript of Japan

Land of the Rising Sun
Business Etiquettes
Business meeting
JAPAN
Introduction of Tokyo
Transportation

Tourist Spots

Foods
Public Manners
Avoid blowing your nose
Take off your shoes
Use last name + san
Prevent pointing your finger at anyone
Dining Customs
Tourist Spots
Tokyo Tower

Shinjuku Gyoen National Garden

Meiji Shrine
Tokyo Tower
Built in 1958
Communications and observation tower
At 1,093ft, it is the second- tallest structure in Japan
Shinjuku Gyoen National Garden
Residence of the Naito family in the Edo period
Destroyed by air raids in 1945 World War II
Became open to the public as "National Park Shinjuku Imperial Gardens"
Meiji Shrine
Dedicated to the devine spirits of Emperor Meiji and his wife

Construction began
in 1915, but it is
destroyed during
the World War II

Meiji Shrine has been
visited by numerous foreign leaders

Business Meeting
Appointments
Weeks in advance, by telephone
Punctuality
Call 1 or 2 hours prior to meeting
Manners
Greeting
Seating
Business Card
Importance
Presenting
Holding with both hands and bowing slightly
Respects
Must have in japanese
Treat the card you receive as you will the person
Business Negotiation
Written Contracts are required
Japanese are non-confrontational
Never lose your temper or raise your voice during negotiations
Must be vigilant at their non-verbal communication
Business Attire
Men
Dark suits (navy or black), White shirts
Short hair style
No beards and bald head
Women
Dress conservatively
Appropriate heels
Should not have many accessories

Do not wear black suits, white shirts, and black ties!
Collectivism
Harmony
Saving face
Non-Verbal
Communication
Facial expression
Tone of voice
Hierarchy
Age and status
Gender equality

Transportation
JR Yamanote Line
Tokyo Metro
Bus
Kikko Food House
Kikko Food House
Kikko Food House
Kikko Food House
Chopsticks Taboo
Imi-bashi
  移し箸
Utsushi-bashi
 立て箸
Tate-bashi
Chaojie Weng
Eilleen Candidato
Natsumi Sata
Yilong Zeng

Works Cited
Hokkaido
Any Questions?
Honshu
http://www.wa-pedia.com/culture/japanese_manners_etiquette.shtml
Shikoku
Kyushu
http://www.jref.com/culture society/chopstick-etiquette/
Tokyo
Manners and Dining Customs
High context culture
Respectful
Smile
Be aware of the message your behaviors send
"Politeness is not just for strangers"
Show your comfortableness
Tipping
Payment
Chopsticks
Price and service fee
Cash register and cash payment
Chopsticks etiquette
Kikko Food House
http://www.meijijingu.or.jp/english/about/1.html
http://www.env.go.jp/garden/shinjukugyoen/english/
http://www.tokyotower.co.jp/eng/
Business card
Business negotiation
Business attire

http://www.everyculture.com/Ja-Ma/Japan.html
http://www.kwintessential.co.uk/resources/global-etiquette/japan-country-profiles.html
http://geert-hofstede.com/japan.html
Showing little expression
Frowning
Staring
The main guiding philosophy in Japanese society
A mark of personal dignity
The oldest person in a group is always revered and honored
Japan is one of the most masculine societies in the world
Steady or monotone
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