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11 Curious facts about Japanese culture

Japan is one of the most advanced countries in the world in terms of technology, security, sights, landscapes, tourism and many other parameters that we could continue to name until this article has no end.

Its culture is much more surprising, which turns out to be different from the rest of the world's cultures, but no less interesting.

Today we have collected for you 11 of the most important facts about Japanese culture which will make you want to move to that country right now.


Do not forget to read and share with us in the comments, which was the data that you liked the most.

1. For them less, it is more:

11 Curious facts about Japanese culture
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When they create a new architectural work, the Japanese always look for that work to be part of the environment. A great example is the train stops whose design is made to enjoy the surroundings.

2. There are no robberies or looting when there are abandoned sites:

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This is because the mentality of the population is oriented more to help in the middle of a natural disaster, than to steal the abandoned places that leave these disasters. This does not happen in other countries where such a situation is an opportunity to take ownership of the alien.

3. They have several ways of speaking the same language:

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The Japanese language has 4 levels: Colloquial, respectful, educated and very polite, and although this is so, in each of the levels the language is formal.

4. There are not many immigrants:

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This happens for two reasons, the first is that in previous years it was almost impossible to be an immigrant in Japan due to the endless requirements, laws and rules that they had to comply with and today, although the government is more flexible with these policies, those who wish Migrating to the country must submit some exams to determine if they can live with Japanese citizens.

5. It is normal for families to adopt boys:

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It is customary in families in Japan that inheritances go to the hands of men, and if a family fails to conceive a child, it is common for them to adopt one in order that their assets and assets remain in the family lineage.


6. All the gardens in Japan are almost perfect:

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Since the 18th century, it is important for the Japanese to be perfectly aligned with nature, to achieve this they make use of unique plantations, fish and water.

7. They also have a Disney park in Tokyo:

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Which is considered the most beautiful, expensive and the first to be built in a country other than the United States.

8. In several companies they can give you lifetime contracts:

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But this only happens if you are one of their best employees. These types of contracts are common in some companies or government institutions, being able to opt for work promotions and work there only until you have a health condition.

9. It is common to attend Pokemon weddings:

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As you read it. This cartoon, as well as the anime are typical of Japanese culture, so it has become common for some ceremonies to have Pikachu as a reason and, in addition, at the end of the official Pokemon company gives them a certificate.

10. Tokyo is considered one of the best cities in the world:

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More than 60 were the points to evaluate to consider Tokyo in this category, and in 2019 it ranked second among the best cities to live given its wonderful urban views and also, for being one of the safest in the world.

11. Longevity is quite common:

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Japan has more than 30 thousand inhabitants that already exceed 100 years, a figure that has increased over the years and has surpassed the rest of the world population where life expectancy does not exceed 85 years.

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