#10 – Food
The Japanese talk a lot about food. While eating it is necessarily to praise treat. It is considered very impolite not to say "delicious" several times during the meal.
#9 – Work Lovers
The Japanese are real workaholics. There is quite a thing to come to work for at least half an hour before the start of the working day, and work 15-18 hours without a break for lunch.
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#8 – Months
The Japanese have no month names, instead they are indicated by ascending numbers. For example, September is "kugatsu", which means "the ninth month."
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#7 – Karoshi
In Japanese, there is even a special word, which refers to death from overwork. It sounds like the word "karoshi," and every year with this diagnosis about ten thousand people die.
#6 – Invited Workers
There are no guest workers in Japan. According to local legislation, the minimum wage of foreign workers exceeds the average salary of the Japanese. So if the Japanese invite foreigners to work, so they invite only highly qualified specialists.
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