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OCPS Japanese Business Ettiquettes

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Shobhit Bhatnagar

on 25 September 2012

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JAPANESE BUSINESS ETIQUETTE “Japan is an example of a country in which the code of social conduct became so formal...and important, that proper behavior became the paramount law of the land.” Greetings To Bow is the traditional form of greeting

The more you want to show respect the more you bow

Handshakes are becoming common with foreigners

Introducing self is considered very rude Better three hours too soon
than a minute too late Punctuality Meetings Appointments should be made several weeks in advance

Proper Agenda is defined

Structured and must end in time

Eldest or person with highest status sit farthest from the door
Take notes Business Attire Business attire is conservative

Men wear dark-coloured, conservative business
suits

Women dress conservatively as well Business Card Feedback Have a difficult time saying 'no'

Japanese often remain silent for long periods of time

Some Japanese close their eyes when they want to listen intently

Most Japanese maintain an impassive expression when speaking

 It is considered disrespectful to stare into another person's eyes Dining Meetings Wear what they wear for the office meetings

Eldest person will be seated in the centre of the table the furthest from the door

Japanese like to savour their food

Drinks are often accompanied with food Thank You Domo - Arigato
` 12P105 Shobhit Bhatnagar
12P108 Srinivasan Ramesh
12P113 Vaghela Soham J
12P117 Vijayant Gupta
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