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    • What a fucking weeb. But it is amazing how respectful the Japanese culture is. We can't have shit like this in America because crackheads, assholes, gangs, and worthless freaks ruin our society with their lack of respect.
      war4567 2 aug
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    • I might just be a weeb, but I really love Japanese history and culture. Really wanna visit someday.
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    • Japanese 7/11>American 7/11
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    • What the fuck, Japan’s age check for alcohol might as well be the pornhub age verification
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    • I want trash jungle juice
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    • So buying alcohol in Japan has as much security as a porn site?
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    • I'd love to visit Japan but I don't understand Japanese at all and I don't want to look like a disrespectful asshole
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    • Also don’t film dead people!!!! Very precarious situation
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    • Japanese trash jungle juice?
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    • One reason I love Japan is because “Respect” in their culture means a lot more than it does here in the US. If someone dedicates their life to something so niche, in the US it may be looked down upon and in Japan, almost no matter what it is, if they’re passionate about they’re craft, they’ll be—
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    • this is coming from a low level weeb but theres a difference between liking the culture (not a weeb) and being obsessed with the culture. a full fledged weeb is someone who wants to become Japanese and/or considers themselves japanese despite having ancestry in japan. all of their knowlage of Japan
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    • After watching many videos of 2 guys from the West who lived in China for over a decade and then moved out, Japan is so much better than China. The only big big problem with Japan is the excessive extended work hours that they have. They are working themselves to death in majority of jobs.
      LexxsH 2 aug
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    • Because Japan isn’t filled with Joggers
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    • I truly do wanna visit Japan
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    • Japan is somewhere I want to visit. Always thought it looked beautiful in pictures and videos that I see
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    • Also if you have any tattoos whatsoever. Cover them up.
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    • Ok but I wanna see Godzilla.
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    • Its honestly cool Japan has english translations on certain things, is it just for tourists or is English common there?
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    • Japan is great place to visit so long as you going there for the right reasons and not just because you like anime.
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    • First thing that got me interested in Japan was their advance toilets
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    • Japan is honestly chill as fuck
      Shoeske_ 2 aug
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    • Japan literally has restaurants where if you aren’t Japanese or if your a tourist they will just not let you eat there because the owners are scared we will steal something or we won’t understand anything they say, and ect.
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    • This is what happens when you don’t let millions of immigrants flood into your nation
      _MOTLEY_ 3 aug
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    • You ever notice how people make videos like this about other country’s but never about America. It’s because we have this retarded mentality that if you bring your own culture over to America that’s somehow better than assimilating into American culture. This guys basically assimilating to Japan
      JAGGG 3 aug
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    • I feel like just pressing a button to confirm you are the legal drinking age instead of showing an ID can be abused by kids
      TierList 2 aug
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    • Japan is better than america
      ExMarcs 3 aug
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    • Yeah that’s all pretty dope, but nowhere on earth is as free as America
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    • So I remember hearing a story about the cheers drink. Where an old man actually had a younger guy hold his drink higher than him despite being the younger one. He only allowed it because during the conversation they had prior the old man felt this man's maturity and deemed him an Old Soul.
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    • Japan seems like china but pleasant
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    • I would have been in Japan right now. Fuck the rona
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    • On the "little spots to sit and eat" in Japan, it is considered rude to walk and eat or drink.
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    • Thats why japan is also dangerous cause there sneaky and clean
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    • "Undrinken?"
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    • I’m moving to japan in 2 years, kinda crazy to have it planned that far out, but I have a good job lined up
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    • Can't wait to go there next year
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    • Dranken?
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    • Thank you for this I'm planning a trip to Japan so this is good knowledge
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    • Why does the narrator sound like he sucks dick
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    • I'm heading for a a year in a few months, still trying to learn as much as I can
      Oafike 2 aug
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    • Another thing about japan for you guys who plan to go when the pandemic is over. If you're even slightly overweight most Japanese people will passive aggressively talk about your weight and how you should work out and eat right. Also theres a fat tax.
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    • The reason japan is so prosperous and has low crime is because only 1 in 33 Japanese are born to a single mother. This is because they refuse the welfare state.
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    • I always thought I wanted to live in Japan until I went there for a couple months and stayed with some Japanese people I knew. It’s a great place to visit but not somewhere I could live. Their “respect” just means dancing around an issue and never confronting each other about problems they have.
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    • But Japanese people are afraid of me
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    • Basically don't be Logan Paul and be respectful to their culture
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    • Additional notes. They put the benches down because sitting on the ground is a big no no. There are no trash cans out on the street due to a series of bombings that happened in the early 2000s, so keep that in mind with trash. Source, i lived there for a few months
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    • And also remember not to dress up as a toy story character and go into the suicide forest and vlog it
      tiger617 2 aug
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    • I like that cheers age thing
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    • Ah yes the country that turned soft after two particular bombs
      shbake 3 aug
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    • I’ve lived here for almost 2 years now if y’all have any questions lmk
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    • Heads up if you're black, if they look at you, just wave, dont get worked up over it, you're like a needle in a haystack to them, and if you have curly hair, and are comfortable with people touching it, might as well do so and make their day, apperently its an strange to them but are happy afterward
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    • Wierd how things work when you have a homogenous society that strongly values tradition and social etiquette.
      Flex 3 aug
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    • He forgot one rule when buying used panties from a vending machine do t make eye contact
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    • Btw it’s shunned upon in Japan to walk and eat at the same time. It’s best to just stand and eat, don’t cross the street on red crosswalks even if there are no cars, don’t talk on the phone in a crowded public area, don’t stick your chopsticks into the rice and leave them there, just don’t be an ass
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    • I'm not a weeb but japan is so efficient and still has alot of good morals which leads to it being cleaner with less crime and all that, they feel a greater obligation to the nation and the area around them
      APPLENIG 2 aug
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    • God I can't wait to go back to Japan. It was so surreal.
      Karsoph 3 aug
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    • Don't walk and use your phone in Japan
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    • It’s crazy how amazing the aesthetic of the backroads with the power lines and stuff is. I love the way that shit looks.
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    • So basically if no one is around you can just verify on your own that you’re old enough to drink...
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    • Now I wanna visit Japan. Looks so cool!
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    • Hey look, even the Japanese wear masks. Let’s see what their ratio is... 1:3157 are infected or had it. America who fights over basic hygiene, masks, and whatnot, 1:68 are infected. Absolutely fucking embarrassing.
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    • Want to know the biggest difference between the benches in japan and the benches in the US? No hobos sleeping and shitting on them.
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    • I'm not a weeb, and I didn't even watch anime semi often until now. Since I was supposed to go to japan this summer to internship abroad(but canceled), I was glad that I could say, no I didn't come here cause anime. But now I have no excuse this next summer when I go. I'm glad I'm going tho it 1/2
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    • Literally in Japan rn
      Bagged 3 aug
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    • I'm gonna move to Japan and just live there
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    • Why... Why wouldn't you have to show ID?
      SkeIIy 3 aug
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    • Let’s be honest, who really wants to go to Japan
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    • Went to Japan last summer. The place is fucking gorgeous. They also had a giant Godzilla above a movie theater
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    • What fascinates me the most about Japan is that an entire society has just agreed to keep their streets clean. Imagine if the whole world was like that. It would be a very different place.
      TGDjent 5 aug
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    • I was told it is considered very rude to walk and eat/drink and that's why you're supposed to finish whatever you have beside the vendor
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    • In regards to trash cans... Good luck finding any..
      SiJaayy 4 aug
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    • If you really want to fit in don't walk around and eat or drink, stand where you got the food and finish it there. That being said no one will judge you if you're obviously a foreigner
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    • S T A N D S
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    • Lemme give you guys some advice. The Japanese are great, but they're still really xenophobic. American standards are outright weird, downright disrespectful too. So, if you visit Japan, you'll have a blast. But you'll only see the tourist part of Japan. They don't want you in japan proper...
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    • Dont tell them your american, say your canadian or something
      DLUE 3 aug
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    • Japanese restaurant owners love it when you slurp your food loudly. They see it as a sign of respect for you’re expressing your enjoyment of their food
      ImMashu 3 aug
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    • Weird how Japan respects America more than BLM
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    • They also hate non Japanese people
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    • Im going to japan whether my family likes it or not
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    • Why can’t america be a homogeneous society FUCK
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    • I would love to visit but I could never live there
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    • I said this before but... the way he speaks is annoying for some reason.
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    • Japan is one of my favorite cultures due to they learn at a very young age to pick up after themselves and give respect to one another. On top of that they have some of the most beautiful scenery there is plus the entire season of cherry blossoms.
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    • Bruh i dont think anyone is planning on traveling rn
      Nushiva 2 aug
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    • Look up Shinto. I believe it has a large influence on Japanese culture of keeping stuff clean
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    • The energy in this video is great. Good vibes
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    • I'm going to Japan in october, does anyone have any more social norms I have to look into? Thanks!!
      Miems 6 aug
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    • i dnt think they like taking tips either
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    • Fuck that im American and ill what I want...when I show up they should be trying to impress me...not the other way around...shall I remind them of Hiroshima?????
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    • Isn’t it rude to eat while walking?
      Flister 5 aug
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    • Been living here for 6 months and can confirm. Also don’t tip or people get annoyed.
      Approxy 5 aug
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    • Thats why they handled covid ...check out black pigeon speaks video on it
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    • Why didn’t you just name it Do’s because you didn’t name and Don’t(s)
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    • The Japanese say to be mindful of others. This is simply that put into practice.
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    • That may be his cultural norms, but American cultural norms is to tell people to fuck off when they tell you how to live. Radiated ass tryna tell me how to hold beer.
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    • Honestly lived in japan for 3 yrs now never really did any of this Japanese people don’t really care what you do as long as you’re respectful
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    • Walks in an ally way that's looks like a dump* "and this is why Japan is so clean"
      ShitSeep 3 aug
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    • This goes to show that Japan and Germany were trying to make a cleaner more suitable earth for humans. They just did it to forcibly for their economic potential
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    • We’re planning on going to Japan during cherry blossom season on our honeymoon next spring, sure hope there are no travel restrictions by then.
      Raeliana 3 aug
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    • Whenever we have tradition or customs in the US everyone freaks out about how oppressive it is and how our nation was built on slavery.
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