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4.Religious harmony

4.Religious harmony

  • Despite being the frontrunners of technology and coming up with innovative ideas, traditions and religion still influence the daily life of the Japanese.
  • Businessmen pay their respects at the shrines of deities while excited students buy good-luck charms and fortunes foretelling the future.


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7.Lots and lots of masks

7.Lots and lots of masks

  • In public places, A lot of people wearing medical masks.
  • At first I thought it was strange and that they were a bunch of germaphobes (which is partly true).
  • But the broader reason for this is that the people wearing masks are unwell or have caught a nasty cold and do not wi...


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. No room for theft

. No room for theft

  • Despite the notorious existence of the Yakuza, Japan is quite a safe place, and petty crimes like pickpocketing and theft are virtually non-existent.
  • Primary school children are taught from an early age that if they do come across an object that doesn't belong to them, they should a...


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1. A spirit of self-renewal

1. A spirit of self-renewal

  • Earthquakes, tidal waves, fires and volcanic eruptions have marred the history of Japan, with large scale destruction on each occurrence.
  • While most places in the world would never attempt rebuilding these structures, many ancient temples and shrines around Japan that were previously...


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3.Consideration towards other people

3.Consideration towards other people

  • Travelling on the bullet train, many people stepping out of the seating area of the train compartment and standing near the doors to attend their phone calls.
  • Even on the metro, many people answer phone calls in hushed tones, promptly informing their callers that they are in transit...


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7 Things To Learn From Japan 🇯🇵

7 Things To Learn From Japan 🇯🇵

  1. A spirit of self-renewal
  2. Cleanliness
  3. Consideration towards other people
  4. Religious harmony
  5. Delicious food, no matter what
  6. No room for theft
  7. Lots and lots of masks


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2. Cleanliness

2. Cleanliness

  • Japan is undoubtedly clean, and littering and fines for it are completely unheard of.
  • But get this, there are no dustbins either.
  • No trash cans, as far as the eye can see, just recycle bins that are strictly for plastic bottles and soda cans that are bought from nearby vend...


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5. Delicious food, no matter what

5. Delicious food, no matter what

  • Japanese food is often thought to be expensive due to items like sushi and sashimi that make use of fresh ingredients.
  • However, that is not true.
  • There are hole-in-the-wall establishments that are moderately priced with a limited menu and a homely atmosphere.
  • But wh...


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Jack Of All Trades Is Master Of None, But Oftentimes Better Than Master Of One! 🇮🇳

Learn from this country to improve your self and be a happy and successfull in life


Sci-Fi’s Influence On Technology

Sci-Fi’s Influence On Technology

Science fiction, by definition, is science that isn’t real. But looking beyond the fantastical elements there are some very innovative ideas, a lot of which have had a real influence on modern technology. Here are some examples:

  • Star Trek: The motion Picture predic...

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