Office employee poses question to the Internet: Is it wrong to drink a non-alcoholic beer during a break?
Sure, it looks nice, but at least one hospital thinks it’s hiding a gross, unhealthy secret.
Common sense will actually keep you pretty safe when navigating the “etiquette minefield” of a job interview in Japan.
Avoid these faux pas and keep your date hot like ramen broth.
It might seem like the restaurant is just out to make an extra buck, but those veggies could be keeping you from making an old-school sushi faux pas.
Unexpected request changes attitudes about sidewalk manners and being considerate of vision-impaired residents.
Just when you thought Japanese commercials couldn’t get any weirder.
Slurp, sniff, but whatever you do, DON’T pour your own drink!
The new ad campaign addresses a variety of behaviours that should be avoided while travelling on trains, but so far, this is the only act that they’re calling indecent.
While the widespread presence of public toilets in convenience stores is great, it is also fraught with ambiguous customs and could, technically, even lead to criminal charges.
Celebration’s image tarnished in recent years as partiers leave huge amounts of trash on the streets.
The famous hospitality of Japan’s old capital is being put to intimidating use to combat inconsiderateness outside this building.
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One man in China was mad as hell at uncivilized behavior in airports and divided opinions in the country by not taking it anymore.
With rules regarding everything from tea to elevators, some new employees think it’s all too much.
The obvious answer would seem to be “No,” but our Japanese-language reporter has a unique alternate perspective.
If you’re starting a new job, you might want to stretch out your back before showing up at the office for your first day.
We asked expats living in Japan if they thought that simply living here has made them a better person. Find out the results: the good, the bad and the ugly!
The Japanese are known for their politeness, so it’s only natural that visitors to Japan want to know what to do, or not do, to avoid appearing rude. Check out this list of little behaviors that you won’t find in your guidebook.