There is so much to do and learn in Japan like Onsen, Karaoke, Bowling, Ryoko, but only once, you get to know the place and Japanese language better. While living in Japan you have to follow every rule and discipline very strictly. Like smoking everywhere is not allowed, there are separate smoking zones at every different place. No-one throws garbage on roads so you can see Japan be 100% clean every-time. No-one stares at girls no matter what they are wearing. No-one breaks the queues, even people give way to other on escalators by being on one side of it.
Japanese service is among the best in the world. Food is excellent, even if you go to a cheap place or just buy some discounted ready food in the evening at the local supermarket. Nowhere else can offer you such food and service, such unlimited shopping and crazy activities in such a safe and polite environment. It is hard to fully grasp Japan even if you have been there for a long time there will always be more to discover. Like you can go to Kyoto in a bullet train to visit a temple of Golden Pavilion covered in gold leaf which creates a breathtaking reflection of sunlight surrounded by beautiful nature. Just going to the toilet in metro Station in Japan can be a technological experience. At the same time Japan is also a very traditional society. It is a very safe country with almost no crime. Japanese people are cooperative, well mannered, punctual, honest and hardworking. But they also expect you to behave in a similar manner. If you are a foreigner you have to follow same cultural rules that Japanese follow in Japan. But all these learning are not a waste. While it may seem that we are travelling, enjoying or just having fun with friends, there is always a lot to learn in terms of Japanese language, its slangs, phrases, dialects and of course the deep culture things or particular behavioral information of Japanese society which is very difficult to explain in words but can only be learnt by experience.
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