The Wonders Of Japan: Intriguing Aspects That Will Leave You Amazed (39 PICS)

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"Old People In Japan Clean Up Radiation So The Younger Generation Won't Have To Expose Themselves To It"

"This Is 95 Hirane From Japan. I Accidently Entered His Shop To Ask For Directions. So How We Got Talking And Became Good Friends. And Now He Dedicates 2 Hours Everyday To Teaching Me Japanese"

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"There’s A Park In Japan That Lets You Shake Hands With Otters"

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"After Their Shocking Win Against Germany, Japan Fans Stayed After The Match To Clean Up The Stadium. Respect"

"When Pope Francis Visted Japan Last Year, He Was Gifted A Custom Anime Robe, Which He Wore"

"In Nara, Deers Have Learned To Open The Doors Of Food Establishments And Bow To Ask For Food"

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"A Tree In Japan Being Removed (With Roots Being Painstakingly Protected) And Being Saved And Moved (Instead Of Being Cleared For Road Widening)"

"Im Crying Over This Old Man In Japan Who Patiently Walks His Giant Tortoise Everyday"

"Grandpa In Japan Makes Totoro So People Wouldn't Be Lonely At The Bus Stop"

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"Kindergarten School Buses In Japan"

"My Wife Was Visiting Me In Japan When She Suddenly Fell Ill On Her Birthday, When The Nurse Found Out That She Had To Celebrate Her Birthday Alone, She Gifted Her This!"

"Taking Historic Architecture Into Account When Adding Vending Machines"

"If You Have A Cup Noodle In Japan, You’ll Get Cats On The Inside Of The Lids. However, At A 6% Chance, You’ll Get A Tibetan Fox (Middle Right)"

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Midge 1 year ago
#35 ah very good. but they still know you'll never be Japanese, they'll never adopt you as them
       
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Tim 1 year ago
Midge,

sadly true they are nice and friendly as long as you only come for a visit. A cousin of mine learned that the hard way.
       
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Sha 1 year ago
Midge,

If you take the (considerable) trouble to master their language, and assimilate their customs and etc, the distance you feel between yourself and the J natives decreases considerably. It may never completely disappear, depending on circumstances, but.

OTOH very few Americans, at least, go to the trouble.
       
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Ansel 1 year ago
Most polite people on the planet, unless you are living in Hawaii, are white, and want to marry their daughter. Whole different game there, buddy.
       
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Ronald 1 year ago
Japanese culture of respect should be aspired to by all nations.
       
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Absalom 1 year ago
Ronald,
Japan is very reserved, conservative, and family oriented.
There’s a clue why the US is now in the state it’s in
       
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Tave 1 year ago
All this shows me (and other articles like this) is that America s#cks
       
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Chet 1 year ago
Tave,

Japan is very homogeneous. Diversity is not a strength - unity is strength. Diverse ethnicities are fine as long as they have a united culture.

When the US abandoned the 'melting pot' unity and started the diversity/grievance movement, the decline began.
       
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Melvina 1 year ago
Chet, Note the downvotes.
They refuse to accept that particular emperor has no clothes - the indoctrination is working.
       
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Riche 1 year ago
Tave,you need these to show you that America su*ks? Where have you been hiding?
       
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Chet 1 year ago
Riche,

America is not perfect, but it's the closest any government has come to individual freedom and providing the ability to better your lot in life through hard work. The haters and tyrants have made headway in their efforts to deconstruct the US, but its citizens will win in the end.
       
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Nibby 1 year ago
I very much liked the extremely low levels of crime in Japan. For example, I don't think I've ever seen a bicycle locked up there. The rituals and superstitions get a little old to me, but never having to worry much about being robbed or burgled is an amazing feeling.
       
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Sha 1 year ago
#8
Having lived in both countries, I can attest to this

#12
Yes, well, they kinda do what they want with the holiday. "Christmas Cake" and so on. Still, I've never before seen a "Godzilla Claus"

#37
Well, this is just silly.

#39
Other areas have created similar passages for raccoons, groundhogs, etc. OTOH the Japanese are hardly alone in this. Similar things are being built in the western U.S. and in Europe.
       
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Claes 1 year ago
#12 as far as I'm concerned, they've nailed it! Also, new tradition is to order KFC for Christmas dinner, wack!
       
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Dilly 1 year ago
#1 Too bad they didn't have that attitude when they flew an airplane into my grandpa's ship during World War II.
       
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