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Japanese Verbal Nonverbal Communication

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Intercultural Communication

on 13 March 2013

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Transcript of Japanese Verbal Nonverbal Communication

Japan Verbal and Nonverbal communication The Languages spoken in Japan Rain Respectful Form:
Humble Form
Polite Form Lost in Translation 1. Koi Na Yokan
2. Age-otori
3. Arigata-meiwaku
4. Tsujigiri
5. Wabi-sabi Konbanwa ウィーアブウ Nonverbal greeting (1) Bowing (ojigi) (3) Eye Contact (4) Pointing (5) Remove your shoes when enter house or restaurant

(6) Frowing (7) Hard to say "No" (2)Walking habits (1) Japanese is the official (2) Dozens of dialects spoken in Japan language Cultural Expression Kimonos Cultural Expression Makeup Cherry Blossom Festival Sunday April 21, 2013
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