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Etiquette Guide to Japan: Know the rules that make the difference! (edition 2011)
by Boyé Lafayette De Mente (Author), Geoff Botting (Editor)
Etiquette Guide to Japan: Know the Rules that Make the Difference! by Boye Lafayette De Mente
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Amazon.com Product Description (ISBN 0804834172, Paperback)
Etiquette Guide to Japan offers an inside look at the social norms of the Japanese-when to bow, how to propose a toast, when to pay the bill, the careful art of gift-giving, how to deal with public transportation, dating, weddings, funerals, and last, but not least, how to say good-bye at the end of your stay. If you want to save yourself from possible embarrassment during your stay in Japan, you will find the Etiquette Guide to Japan to be a much-needed companion.
(retrieved from Amazon Thu, 12 Mar 2015 18:08:07 -0400)
Whether you're in Japan for business or pleasure, spend a few hours with Etiquette Guide to Japan - not only will you save yourself a world of embarrassment, you'll find the answers to a plethora of puzzling protocols: Why is no one using their phone on the train? ; Why is half the population wearing masks? ; Why do my Japanses colleagues still use a fax machine? From name cards, bowing, and bathrooms to the latest in mobile phone manners and contemporary workplace etiquette, this revised and updated guide to Japanese cultural expectations will ensure a farewell to faux pas both inside and outside the office. -- from back cover.
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