12 Things NOT to do in Japan


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  • Mihoshika Furude
    Mihoshika Furude 9 часов назад

  • Kay is Lame
    Kay is Lame 10 часов назад

    When I have garbage and don't know where a bin is I just pocket it untill I get home but that's probably because I am very focused on manners without realizing it which is why mum gets annoyed when I ask if I can get something to eat and she usually gives me the response "you live here, just get it" but she says that I've always done that so it probably just stuck with me

  • Mutant Macrophage
    Mutant Macrophage 10 часов назад

    13) Watch The Flowers of War with your Japanese ESL friends.

  • JAZZ
    JAZZ 12 часов назад

    Guess I'm never going to Japan. I do all of this shit.

  • iera
    iera 12 часов назад

    strange when I go to a foreign place I have to adapt but when foreigners come to my country they just take their own culture and shove it down my throat

  • Esk8 Jaimes
    Esk8 Jaimes 12 часов назад

    Another thing about business cards, there's three ways of accepting them. Each represents a different reaction that we wouldn't normally be aware of. (Card plucked with two hands, one hand, avoiding...)

    III III 15 часов назад


  • Ascending Tract
    Ascending Tract 16 часов назад


  • Rebecca Brickhill
    Rebecca Brickhill 17 часов назад

    You forgot one:
    NEVERRRRRR EEEEVVVVVVEEERRRRRRR SAY iie (which means no) if someone says ‘ne’ at the end of there comment. If they say ne at the end of their sentence, it means they are saying, “we are going to do this ‘plan’ right?” But in a sarcastic way. If they say that, whatever you and whoever were planning to do, if they say ‘ne’ at the end...DON’T DO THAT THING YOU WERE PLANNING!?

  • Nissan Patrol GR 3.0 Di Turbo
    Nissan Patrol GR 3.0 Di Turbo 17 часов назад

    Wish we had a few of these in the UK. I wonder how many of our customs the Japanese would want to have?

  • Jackson Hiter
    Jackson Hiter 18 часов назад

    Hey you forgot not blowing bubbles with gum in public.

  • jan bijak
    jan bijak 19 часов назад

    hahah i like the noise when the woman came

  • jan bijak
    jan bijak 19 часов назад

    bcs hand dryers are unhygienic in fact

  • T0fu_
    T0fu_ 19 часов назад

    l live in taiwan

    its so same

  • Dan Pope
    Dan Pope День назад

    A lot of these used to be proper etiquette in America. But the US has been on a decline in manners for the last 60 years. Changing demographics will do that.

  • Baychimo
    Baychimo День назад

    Thank you for the tips. I will be doing all these things.

    • Baychimo
      Baychimo День назад

      Except leave my shoes on indoors, of course. I might be edgy, but I'm not retarded.

  • Hemnast
    Hemnast День назад +1

    japanese people are weird

  • Jun Lee
    Jun Lee День назад

    Don't go and eat there if you go there you will be middle of the nuke if you go. Just check it before you decide to visit the monkey land.!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

  • exador1337
    exador1337 День назад +1

    so in the end, use common sense and basic manner, if you visit a foreign country...

  • Francis Wolfe
    Francis Wolfe День назад

    "Impawsible" works in most American accents.

  • sonicusr
    sonicusr День назад +1

    protip: every vending machine has a trash can near or attached to them
    dumb gaijins

    • redfish337
      redfish337 День назад

      It has a recycling bin for bottles and cans- everything else you're on your own. In touristy areas it's often full. And depending on the circumstances THESE may also be gone as well. One of the most touristy areas, Akihabara, is technically strangely attached to Chiyoda-ku, the government district, which means anime-land is affected as well whenever an important diplomat/politician is in the city.

  • Yago Coca
    Yago Coca День назад

    I've been reading manga or watching anime for decades and i always thought "are japanese really like this?". Well, know i know they really are.

  • D H
    D H День назад

    Don’t sit on the train bench that’s reserved for the elderly or disabled.

  • Gi Nattak
    Gi Nattak День назад

    Never put chopsticks up your butt and do jumping jacks while singing Gangnam Style.

    • Alice Starr
      Alice Starr 11 часов назад

      You... You shouldn't do that in ANY country.

  • Anthony Townsend
    Anthony Townsend День назад

    What about a video on European countries' etiquette, why does Japan get preferential respect? Oh sorry, I forgot, Europe is a "mulit-cultural diversity" toilet were anyone can come in from anywhere whenever they choose and shit the host people and culture in anyway they like and if the host people object in any way they are racist bigoted homophobic Nazi's, right?

    • Alice Starr
      Alice Starr 11 часов назад

      He lives in Japan, and he's giving tips to travellers to Japan. I have a feeling there are videos you can find that have rules of what not to do in certain parts of Europe (although it's not as easy to do seeing as Europe is an entire continent)

  • inco gnito
    inco gnito День назад

    1. Visit Japan

  • Ruda
    Ruda День назад +1

    In Poland we also take off shoes when we enter in the house, it's just polite, especially in winter when your shoes are dirty.

    • ARK Z
      ARK Z День назад

      That's what I was going to say

  • Peesukarhu u
    Peesukarhu u День назад +1

    90% comments are about Logan Paul

  • Leschwa89
    Leschwa89 День назад

    Holding back what you really think is super unhealthy. Stuff like that creates depression because you never take care of yourself this way. You only care about others. It is no wonder that the suicide rate in japan is so high :/

    • redfish337
      redfish337 День назад

      While it is still too high, the suicide rate in Japan is waaaay down.
      As the rate was decreasing in Western countries globally, Japan entered a recession in the late 1990s that basically earned them the reputation.
      They're back into the pack of Western countries now.
      Japanese people are professional- that's where they have to eat their opinion. But almost everyone has an outlet- hobbies, friends, etc. Companies may overstep their bounds and start infringing upon those outlets, which puts people at risk. But the main factor in suicide seems to be economic outlook.

  • Denis Cvijan
    Denis Cvijan 2 дня назад

    Don't be goodfellas, take your shoes off!

  • dashonjb09
    dashonjb09 2 дня назад

    funny thing about not rubbing your chopsticks i went to a sushi restaurant and i usually rub my chopsticks together but i decided that even though i wasn't in japan i wouldn't do that ...........my chopsticks just broke 2 minutes late.

  • Carolyn F
    Carolyn F 2 дня назад

    I'm halfway thru and there's already 4 commercial breaks.

  • Enrique Nuesch
    Enrique Nuesch 2 дня назад

    I would break the blowing nose rule. I sometimes sneeze like 7 times in 10 seconds out of nowhere, and the result is ugly, I can't just wait to get somewhere to clean up my face.

  • Create Channel
    Create Channel 2 дня назад

    Japan sounds like a nation of extreme introverts


    dude i cannot fathom the amounts of fun the japanese people must be having every day!

  • OptimusOne
    OptimusOne 2 дня назад

    I think it's pretty universal, no matter where you are, not to litter! I mean, how would you feel if someone just dumps trash on your yard just because they can't find a trash can?

  • Sakuya Izayoi
    Sakuya Izayoi 2 дня назад

    Take a shot everytime he says look/stare of disapproval

  • Alex
    Alex 2 дня назад

    Most of these make a lot of sense. I think I was born in the wrong country.

  • Lynne Scott
    Lynne Scott 2 дня назад

    Thank you. very helpful x

  • James Helton
    James Helton 2 дня назад

    13. For Heaven's sake if you're American don't talk about Hiroshima. Keep your damn opinions to yourself.

  • Kristian Doon
    Kristian Doon 2 дня назад

    Following the rules with an emphasis on personal responsibility is underrated.

  • Quantum Baboons
    Quantum Baboons 2 дня назад

    Nice video.
    Keeping harmony? - Like slaughtering every single sea creature, dolphin, whale they can get their hands on, stealing and stockpiling trees from the amazon. They're closeted to the point where the mental health issues in Japan are at breaking point, they do not know how to interact with each other and their society is suffering for it. Don't get me wrong, I don't dislike the Japanese, not by a long shot, they're just more humans. (Unpopular Opinion Alert): But, Culture and Tradition need to bend with the evolution of our species, Saudi Arabia, Israel, Japan, India are all prime examples where tradition takes precedence over human rights - Just like religion, it's holding the species back - We need to adapt, not dwell on idiosyncrasies of the past to the detriment of our futures.

    REBLE ._.SENPAI ZEN 2 дня назад

    as soon as he put the chopsticks upright into the rice i had a heart attack 😂

  • Exploding rubies
    Exploding rubies 2 дня назад

    XD the emoji movie huh that be the cringy shit.

  • Fish n’ Tokyo
    Fish n’ Tokyo 3 дня назад

    This is so funny! I wonder if you’re still in Japan? Ahahaha

  • Ghulam Mustafa
    Ghulam Mustafa 3 дня назад

    Thanks for the informative tips, now I am going to do that exact opposite!

  • Matteo Repossi
    Matteo Repossi 3 дня назад

    "maybe my cat is dead". He was Erwin Schrödinger

  • Jam3z_Gaming
    Jam3z_Gaming 3 дня назад

    I’ve been to Europe many times and there people cross at red lights all the time. I’ve even done it myself. but never do that shit in Japan

  • camohat
    camohat 3 дня назад

    I hear that the lack of garbage cans has to do with a terrorist attack. You left that part out.

  • Icy Mark
    Icy Mark 3 дня назад

    12 things not to do in Texas

  • Qwad Luzr
    Qwad Luzr 3 дня назад

    They need diversity, trash their culture a bit. It's virtuous.

  • em Meru
    em Meru 3 дня назад

    I’m Japanese
    Eating and Drinking while walking is No problem

  • Robbie Goldman
    Robbie Goldman 3 дня назад

    Seems to be a pretty damaged society

  • Casey Plooy
    Casey Plooy 3 дня назад

    You should make videos like this for foreigners going to the United States.🇺🇸

  • Kathrina Amal
    Kathrina Amal 3 дня назад

    You're actually pretty cute wtf..

  • Janine Schnelle
    Janine Schnelle 3 дня назад

    Don't say hello to the cashier. They'll find it weird.

  • Dan Yami
    Dan Yami 3 дня назад

    - 13: be Logan Paul

  • Nathan Turner
    Nathan Turner 3 дня назад

    A lot of these make so much sense to me, I wish people in my culture followed these etiquettes

  • ohshamelessgravity
    ohshamelessgravity 3 дня назад

    Oh but in Kansai region sometimes they cross pedestrian lanes even when it’s red hahaha. And sometimes they jaywalk. Just last week I saw a little old lady jaywalk in Gion to get to Lawson. I couldn’t even do that.

  • David U
    David U 3 дня назад

    So basically just be respectful 🤔

  • Doodle Lama
    Doodle Lama 3 дня назад

    I actually liked valerian and the city of a thousand planets 😢😂

  • Tesityr
    Tesityr 3 дня назад

    I LOVE the fact that Canada (where I live) seems so much like Japan - thanks for this reminder!
    In Canada, we are taught to wait for lights, even though there is no traffic (but many don't follow the law of course - which is almost 100 dollar fine where I live).
    In Canada, we take off our shoes inside (so we don't track in dirt and germs from outside, it is also to respect the clean carpet/floor of the host).
    In Canada, we have a tendency to try to 'hide the service tip' when we give it (placing the money under the paper or adding it at the card swipe without saying anything).
    In Canada, we try to be quiet on public transport (but of course there are always those who have full-on arguements over the phone lol).
    In Canada, we try to not litter (where I live), especially throwing things from cars.
    In Canada, we say "sorry" or just "excuse me" when going in front of people (as they do in Japan!) and I love the courteousness/manners we have.
    Thank you for this reminder of how much I love my country, that we have so much in common with the elegant and mannerful Japan. Take care
    ((カナダ(私が住んでいる場所)は日本にとても似ているという事実が大好きです - このリマインダーに感謝します!

    カナダでは、交通量がないにもかかわらず電灯を待つように教えられています(しかし、多くはもちろん法律に従わない - 私の住んでいる場所ではほぼ100ドルの罰金です)。

    私の国がどれほど愛されているかを思い出していただきありがとうございます。私たちは優雅で礼儀正しい日本と多くの共通点を持っています。気をつけろ〜トロイ ))

  • Prince AFB
    Prince AFB 3 дня назад

    Was about to do a Logan Paul joke
    *sees the comment*
    Never mind

  • Corey Wood
    Corey Wood 3 дня назад

    7:27 This is just true In general.

  • First Last
    First Last 3 дня назад

    Japan seems like a great place..definetly a goal of mine to visit one day

  • Benson Hedges
    Benson Hedges 4 дня назад

    Eating and walking and eating in the middle oh shopping centres is gross to me

    SEOK GYUN CHOI 4 дня назад

    4:17 that is Korea

  • Don Reed
    Don Reed 4 дня назад

    ONE thing Not To Do With A Video Camera: Put It A Mere One Inch Away From The Face While Recording. We don't need to see your nose hairs and no one is doing a census on your blackheads, either.

  • Johnny Stob
    Johnny Stob 4 дня назад

    Any one who’s from Japan, who can confirm?

  • Dj Annunaki
    Dj Annunaki 4 дня назад


  • Melanie Marshall
    Melanie Marshall 4 дня назад

    One question that has always intrigued me !
    Is eating something with chopsticks with left hand ok.?

  • PiterMorbid
    PiterMorbid 4 дня назад

    Japan really does sound like a drag

  • Howard Kleger
    Howard Kleger 4 дня назад

    This is very odd. I was wondering about smoking?

  • Howard Kleger
    Howard Kleger 4 дня назад

    I haven't listened to the entire video, but what If I try to combine all of the donts simultaneously? What'd that look like, and would that cause a riot?

  • Nathaniel Garro
    Nathaniel Garro 4 дня назад

    Cumming on a duck.

  • hoshi hyuuma
    hoshi hyuuma 4 дня назад

    I think they took away garbage bins from the fear of terrorism. Terrorist may hide bombs in the bins. (Japan is one of the safest places in the world though.)

  • hoshi hyuuma
    hoshi hyuuma 4 дня назад

    Common sense is a must in any countries.

  • Tom Index2
    Tom Index2 4 дня назад

    ...If I go to japan I'm going to do all of these. I do not care THAT much about your feelings japan. I won't film a dead body (which btw people in America do all the time on television_) but I will eat and walk and talk and kiss my gf and if you can't read my napkin then you can go screw yourself. Also: when you come to America, feel free to do all of that and more.

  • Kricka Cosplay
    Kricka Cosplay 4 дня назад

    Let me guess: Just dont act like an typical american?

  • dasmegacool
    dasmegacool 4 дня назад

    Portland Oregon could use about a couple thousand trashcans

  • dasmegacool
    dasmegacool 4 дня назад

    He’s left handed!!!!!!

  • bonosbones
    bonosbones 4 дня назад

    Only the dead walk with their shoes in the house

  • Dngeirhw Bnosihf
    Dngeirhw Bnosihf 4 дня назад

    With the chop stick, stabbing the chop stick on the food and keeping it like that, is similar to stabbing forks and knives on a food and leaving it like that. It's simply rude and not good. Rubbing the chop stick is just dirty even looking at it, it's a bit of a barbaric action. That's why it's not good.

  • David Qi
    David Qi 4 дня назад +1

    I had dinner with the great Yoshitaka Amano a few years back in China, and he sticked his chopstick in one of the rice dishes during the dinner, shocked everyone at the table. So I've always thought that the chopstick and rice thing is solely Chinese, interesting to learn that it also applies to Japan.

  • *BeautyTheBeast*
    *BeautyTheBeast* 5 дней назад

    You're..You're beautiful!! ..weird? I know 😬

  • DreamBelief
    DreamBelief 5 дней назад

    I'm going to Japan later this year. I'm nervous about the shoe thing. I'm a wheelchair user, and had a couple of very nasty experiences in Thailand where people were supposed to remove their shoes. Does anyone know the answer to these questions:
    Surely if my feet don't touch the ground there is no need to remove shoes?
    Will I face issues with people not wanting to allow a wheelchair access because they think the wheels will be dirty? Of course, my husband we try to clean them before going in, but I can hardly remove the wheels unless they decide they want to carry me like a litter lol

  • daytona
    daytona 5 дней назад

    I'm convinced that you're actually Elon Musk, but you're from the future... and a bit more plump...

  • ShinyChiaki
    ShinyChiaki 5 дней назад

    11 does seem like a very obvious addition but there are some Americans who also cross on red anyway.

  • Xx FlamselkMusic xX
    Xx FlamselkMusic xX 5 дней назад +2

    3) dont don't slurp

  • LMSPetRescue
    LMSPetRescue 5 дней назад

    The blowing nose is one rule if probably end up breaking constantly. I’m pretty sickly easily and I’ve had a runny nose for 6 months now and I get even worse if I don’t blow it. I’m in college and my friends laugh because I have a tissue box in my backpack 24/7 just in case I need it XD everything else is be decent about (ok opinions will be difficult too) littering I never do anyways, I also never cross on a red light except the one by my campus which is broken and when it says cross it’s actually when you’ll most likely get hit by a car because it’s on the wrong setting and they’ve yet to fix it in over a year now

  • thedrew4you
    thedrew4you 5 дней назад

    Japan is like a tiny little clique with super weird rules for inclusion that's eating the core of the souls of its members to the point where nobody wants to be there, but few people feel they can leave. When I go, I will make it a point to do all the things on this list, with bravado.

  • Dr. A.I. Kryptanical
    Dr. A.I. Kryptanical 5 дней назад

    Is it weird I tend to do all that anyway and get irritated when other people don't, the way I see it whats the point in society putting those lights there for our safety if we don't abide by them... for the sake of argument if your on a corner and someone is breaking the law driving really fast and you crossed early cause there was seemingly no cars before it came screeching round the corner....
    that being said I like to think that in Japan the likeliness of that happening is alot less than here in the UK cause no matter where I go in England it seems there's always at least 1 or 2 idiots on the road who are less qualified than me to drive and I have a health condition preventing me from being legally allowed to do so...
    what I find laughable is I have medium level deutranomally and yet most of the time in the city I go to uni most people can't tell when the green man is showing.
    I suppose the bizarre thing about English culture is that most people to Impatient for the green man yet they are some how too lazy to open a manual door at the same time it's almost as laughable as the time I saw an out of order sign on the manual door.... How can a door that swings on it's hinges with no visible damage be out of order?
    So it makes me wonder is Japanese culture strange or are we British the strange ones? because Japan seems to make more sense to me!

  • Toaster_Tester
    Toaster_Tester 5 дней назад

    While being molested on a train, it is considered rude to disembark before the camera stops rolling.

  • chupacabra20
    chupacabra20 5 дней назад

    Wow,japan is like an introverts dream.I wann move there

  • Seitex Volpi
    Seitex Volpi 5 дней назад

    Just don't go 4HEad

  • WTF Anime?
    WTF Anime? 5 дней назад

    I always want to go Japan (i'm in the anime and manga so much) but many things are pain in the ass....

  • Angie Natoyn
    Angie Natoyn 5 дней назад

    Don't use your phone in public transport? FKN awesome.

  • risingmoonmusic
    risingmoonmusic 5 дней назад

    Great video! Very informative and funny! Love it

  • Darrkness
    Darrkness 5 дней назад

    "Maybe my cat is dead!" I'm gonna make this a thing in the U.S.

  • SmileBulina
    SmileBulina 5 дней назад

    No video about earthquakes? That was the main reason I didn't go visit Japan when I had the chance, years ago.