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Transcript of Japan
Sylvializ Rivera Non-Verbal
A. Eye Contact
B. Facial Expressions
C. Vocal Cues
D. Body Movement and Postures
E. Gestures Japa nese Verbal
a. Writhing Communication
b. Spoken Communication
Nori.(2012). Let's travel around Japan. Retrieved from http://www.travel-around-japan.com/j08-japanese-language.html
Rocha,R. (2006, February 01). 6 lessons from japanese business culture. Retrieved from http://www.askmen.com/money/successful_100/134_success.html
Tirupathi, K. (2007, February 21). Punctuality: The japanese way of business. Retrieved from http://www.rediff.com/money/2007/feb/21japan.htm Cultural Business Norms
D. Gifts Japan's Culture is really formal.
Understand seriousness of ceremonious business culture
As a "gaijin" (foreigner) you're expected to treat others at the same level of respect
A. This tips will help you to suit well while doing business
-Business Card Exchange
-Defer your elders
-Keep company slogan
always in mind
B. Japan takes punctuality
as something serious
-Always show early
-95% of wrist watches are on
-Is the first ladder at the time
of creating a relationship Why Japan? Japanese Useful Phrases
Kon'nichiwa. (Good afternoon.)
Ohayou. (Good morning.)
Konbanwa. (Good evening.)
Oyasumi. (Good night.)
Arigatou. (Thank you.)
Sumimasen. (Excuse me. / I'm sorry.)