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Shocking Facts How Japanese Kids are Raised

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Shocking Facts How Japanese Kids are Raised

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Raising Japanese children can be quite different compared to the rest of the world. Different Japanese customs and Japanese traditions lend to a different way a Japanese baby or Japanese child is raised. As Japanese kids grow, they are typically taught empathy, how to care about Japanese group harmony and to think about others. As a Japanese baby, most of their time is spent with their Japanese mother and they grow up in the same bedroom. In fact, many Japanese don't leave the house until after they get married. Japanese children are also taught to ride public transportation like ride a Japanese train or ride a Japanese bus in the middle of Tokyo or any other large Japanese city. These are just some of the examples in the video of how shockingly Japanese are raised differently from the rest of the world. Let me know in the comments how it relates to your country.

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Shocking Facts about Childbirth in Japan

Giving birth in Japan is a shocking experience to many foreigners.
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Here are some shocking facts about Japan childbirth that you may not know. This should be helpful to expecting mothers and families living in japan. We cover Japan childbirth costs, Japan epidural also known as painless childbirth, Japan hospital food, length of stay in a Japan hospital after giving birth and much more. Having a baby in Japan is pretty awesome and I hope that sharing our experience about living in Japan with you can help answer some of your questions. And finally, thank you to all of you who helped welcome our son, Taiga Wolverine Wolfy de Guzman into this world!!!!

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22 Strange Japanese Habits That Confuse Foreigners

Have you ever thought it’s a good idea to take a nap in the middle of the street? If not, then you’re probably not Japanese. Japan has a 40-hour work week, but most employees voluntarily work overtime, generally extending it to 60 hours. That’s why it’s become normal to take naps right in the workplace or even in the streets. Falling asleep on the job shows that you’re working hard, so some people even fake it to get appreciation!

As for students, they are required to tidy up in their school during the day. The tradition includes mopping floors and cleaning bathrooms. It teaches the students to help and respect other people, and they sure take it seriously! However, high social standards have a downside, though...

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Crime rates in Japan 0:54
Why it's normal to take naps right in the workplace 1:17
Hikikomori. Who are they? 2:39
Japan's naked festival 3:18
Cafes for miserable people 3:44
Why are they so lonely? 4:07
There are more adopted adults than children in Japan 4:26
Being polite is crucial! 5:05
Never tip your waiter 6:34
Tattoos are considered ugly 6:52
Leave your shoes outside Japanese homes 7:16

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SUMMARY:
- On average, the Japanese live 4 years longer than Americans. Their life expectancy is the second longest in the world at 85 years, beat only by Monaco with 89 years.
- As per 2018 statistics, there are just 3 robberies per 100,000 people in Tokyo.
- Japan has a 40-hour work week, but most employees voluntarily work overtime, generally extending it to 60 hours.
- There are currently over half a million people in Japan called hikikomori — these are young adults who seclude themselves at home and won’t go out no matter what.
- The literacy is close to 100%, which is the highest in the world, and the unemployment rate is only about 4%, which is, as you may guess, pretty low compared to most countries.
- There are numerous festivals taking place all over Japan, and oh how strange they are to us westerners. For example, Hadaka Matsuri, or “naked festival,” is where thousands of men and boys take off their clothes and fight for a sacred object to gain luck for the year.
- About happiness, there are “cuddle cafes” in the Land of the Rising Sun, which are made specifically for lonely and miserable people. There, you can pay to lay next to a person and share a moment of peace and understanding.
- One of the reasons for loneliness might be that the Japanese are socially required to hang out with their colleagues after work.
- Politeness is one of Japan’s trademarks known all over the world. There are numerous formalities to be observed in communication with different people, and they’re all rather strict.
- What is considered polite in Japan may sometimes surprise foreigners, though. For example, slurping your noodles with gusto is a way to show your appreciation to the cook.
- If you ever find yourself in a Japanese restaurant, don’t even think about tipping your waiter. It’s considered rude, and the reason is simple: they do their job, and they do it well because it’s an honor.
- Tattoos are considered ugly and associated with yakuza (or organized Japanese criminal gangs), so no one will allow you entry to a public bath without them at least covered.
- Slippers are a real thing in all Japanese homes and in many establishments. When entering someone’s home, you’ll be offered a pair, so make sure you always take your shoes off.

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Why You Should NOT Move to Japan

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Many people tell me that they want to move to Japan, which I completely understand because I personally love it here. I love the food, the culture and how safe it is, relatively speaking. Obviously not everything is perfect in Japan, it’s a small island with a lot people living close together especially in the cities, so there has to be some compromises. I think some foreigners moving here, don’t come here with that compromise mindset and are rudely surprised when things are not as they thought. I wanted to make this video and share issues that some foreigners complain about when living in Japan. So you have a little more information before you decide to move your entire life to Japan to later realize that Japan isn’t for you. Working in Japan and living in Japan takes a special person who can compromise and understand that life in Japan is not going be like life back at home. The people who can appreciate and understand the differences generally do well living in Japan.

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Day in the Life of a Japanese Baby 5-Month Old

A Day in the Life of Japanese Baby in Tokyo. Taiga Wolverine Wolfy recently turned 5 months old and this is what his typical day would be like from morning until evening. Wolfy shows us what a Japanese baby would typically do in Japan but also what it is like being raised with bilingual parents. Wolfy's has a Japanese Mom and an American Dad and they live in Tokyo in a 2 bedroom apartment. Wolfy shares the same bedroom as his parents, which is typical in Japan. This bilingual family living in Japan show how mom and dad share the responsibilities of raising a child in Japan. so Wolfy learns both Japanese and English throughout the day. As a Japanese mom raising a Japanese baby, Maiko wakes up early to feed Wolfy and is often woken up in the middle of the night for feedings. The longest stretch of sleep at the moment is from Wolfy's bedtime at 6PM for about 5 hours. After that, throughout the night, he usual wakes up after a few hours. At this time time, he is strictly on breastmilk but has recently started to eat rice porridge. We hope you enjoy this life of a Japanese baby.

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Why Japanese Don't Like Foreigners

10 Reasons Why Japanese Don't Like Foreigners. Thanks to Squarespace, get 10% Off: Japan tourists or foreigners coming to Japan may not understand Japanese culture because of this some Japanese dislike foreigners for not understanding Japanese manner and etiquette. As a generalization, Japanese follow the rules and get frustrated when people don't follow those rules, but often time they generally avoid confrontation when they have these sort of issues. Based on my experience, this is why Japanese don't like foreigners and tourists and what they are really thinking when foreigners break the rules. I can't stress enough that these are generalizations and not everyone is like this as everyone is unique, but for the purpose of this video and to show what Japanese may be getting pissed off about, I speak in general terms. These are my Japan tips for tourists to help them understand Japanese manners so they don't make those tourist mistakes in Japan or in that they may be unknowingly viewed as misbehaving tourists in Japan. Although some Japanese hate foreigners for doing things in the video, some other Japanese may be okay with the behavior but again I am speaking in general terms. In general, I don't think foreigners want to be rude tourists in Japan, but because they don't understand Japanese rules or Japanese manner they make the classical foreigner mistakes in Japan. These are must-know Japan tips to and a Japan guide when visiting Japan.

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Wolverine is now almost 1 month-old and we're still figuring out how to be parents living in Japan. We're super tired but no matter what we want the best for our son. We still have a lot of questions, but we're slowly figuring things out. Also, in this video, Wolfy rides his first train in Japan.

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Why Japanese Don't Like Foreigners Living in Japan

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10 Reasons Why Japanese Don't Like Foreigners Living in Japan. It’s probably fair to say that visiting Japan as a tourist compared to living and working in Japan is a very different experience. It’s no longer all about visiting cool sites and eating awesome food, Foreign residents quickly become part of the daily grind with every other Japanese person living here. And what a lot of foreigners don’t realize is there are quite a lot of unwritten rules when living in Japan in order to help keep it a pleasant society, until maybe it’s too late. The idea behind this video is to share some interesting unwritten rules I’ve personally come across to help anyone planning on living in Japan to avoid being thought of as a rude foreigner.

As always, these are general rules in Japan, nothing is absolute in this world, everyone is different and reactions from Japanese will vary on how sensitive they are to these rules. Some Japanese dislike this behavior quite a bit while some Japanese maybe okay with it. I am speaking in general terms. The point of this video is to help foreigners, who plan to live in Japan or maybe recently moved to Japan, understand what the regular Japanese culture and Japanese customs are so that they don't come off rude without knowing it. I hope this helps as a Japan guide. As always, let me know how it compares to your culture.

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12 Surprising Things to Know Before Going to Japan with Kids | First-Time Travel Tips

Traveling to Japan with kids for the first time? Discover these 12 surprising things to know before going to Japan that we learnt when we visited.

Japan... is probably the most unusual country on the entire planet. Not gonna lie. In the best of ways. The crazy, the downright whack.. the how did they even come up with that? are all thoughts that will enter your mind when you visit Japan. The country, the people, and the heavenly cuisine are all going to blow your mind. We, in the western world, could all benefit from learning from the Japanese.

These are the top traveling to Japan tips you need know so you can mentally prepare yourself before your trip. Or, just let your mind be blown and go off tap when you arrive.

Another thing to know before going to Japan is that it's one of the most baby and kid-friendly countries I have ever been to. Tons of activities, attractions and food options for little ones. For one, they'll absolutely love pressing all the buttons on the space-aged toilets ;)

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Newborn Baby's Morning Routine in Japan Ep.09

Newborn Morning routine for our 0-month 3-week old baby living in Japan. Japanese mom still sleeping in the morning so Dad takes over to give her some rest. This is our Japanese baby and his morning routine. Life in Japan is still a bit tough to show since we are inside most of the time, but we do visit the Japanese hospital again for another check-up. Also, we share some other things that are going on in our life in Tokyo. Hope you enjoy our family journey here in Japan.

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Day in the Life of a Japanese Housewife in Tokyo

This is a day in the Life of Japanese Housewife raising a Japanese Kid in Tokyo with Husband. This Japanese family shares their life in Japan and life in Tokyo for an entire day. We follow a Japanese mom and her soon to be 3 year old Japanese daughter inside their Tokyo home to see what they do in the morning all the way until the evening when they go to sleep. Tomomi, 38 years old and child, Karin almost 3 years old spend most of their day in their Tokyo apartment, but they also find some time to leave the house and go to the park. This Japanese family does many typical Japanese family things like make miso soup in the morning and make offering to their home shrine, but they also have their unique aspects of their life. They were kind enough to let us into their Japanese home to see what it is really like being raised in a Japanese home. This day in the life of mom and housewife, should give another perspective on how life in Japan would be if you lived here. I hope you enjoy this video.

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Meeting my Son for the First Time E.04

Today is a special day for me as I get to see my Son for the first time after being quarantined at the house. Maiko and Wolverine have been in the Clinic for the last 5 days and the only contact I had with them has been video chat. Today, I have to get the house ready and pick them up at the Japanese hospital where Maiko gave birth. This is one of the happiest days of my life and I'm just happy that I could share with all of you. As always, thank you for all of the support!!!

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Day in the Life of a Japanese Butcher Shop Owner

A Day in the Life of a Japanese Wagyu Butcher Shop Owner in Tokyo. This Japanese Butcher living in Tokyo Japan offers premium A5 Japanese wagyu beef, Japanese pork, Japanese chicken and various curated meats. This is an average day living in Tokyo as well as average day working in tokyo as a meat butcher. You'll get a glimpse into Japan work culture for this field. Teru, 44 years old, runs a local Japanese meat butcher shop in Tokyo, Yanagiya, which has been in his family for 73 years. It’s named after his family, Yanagi. Yanagiya only sells A5 Sendai Gyu Beef, which is famous for having a strict grading criteria for it’s meat, as only 30 % of the cows in Miyagi prefecture are good enough to be certified with premium A5 medal. All Japanese beef is considered wagyu beef, but not all Wagyu beef is A5 grade. A5 wagyu beef is the highest quality of meat you can get in Japan based on it’s beef grading system. Basically, you have Yield Grade and a Quality Grade, hence A AND 5. The Yield Grade, is the amount of meat you can get from the cow, and is graded either A, B or C, A being the highest mark. While the Quality grade, depends on 4 categories, marbling, color & brightness, firmness and texture, and finally color, luster and quality of fat. Each is graded from 1 being poor all the way to 5 excellent. In order to achieve an overall 5 grade, the meat must receive a 5 in every category. So Receiving all 5’s but 1 4 in a category, won’t cut and it’d result in an overall grade of 4. If you look closely at the Wagyu beef, you can see what the Japanese call Sashi, or in English the marbling or thin stips of fat in the beef. Without this excellent marbling, the meat wouldn’t be considered grade 5 quality.

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23 Amazing South African Facts

Vacation to amazing South Africa to see beautiful animals like white lions and bungee jump off of the Bloukrans bridge w/ friends!

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10. African Penguin

In addition to the white lion, South Africa is home to a breed of penguin that is expected to be extinct in 15 years unfortunately. Due to South Africa’s relatively close distance to Antarctica, these birds have migrated and enjoyed the adaptation to beach life conditions like we see in this photo. These birds go fishing for anchovies and known to eat squid and small crustaceans as well. This penguins are often targets of vicious predators of the diverse South African Oceans. They’re often eaten by orcas, sharks and large seals. They then have to deal with land-based predation as well like mongooses, genets and caracals. Some scientists believe that since their main food source of anchovies has been extensively fished, they’ve had trouble finding nutritious food sources. Hopefully we’ll find away to keep these unique creatures alive.

9. The Palace of The Lost City

If you thought resorts in Las Vegas were good, try checking out the Palace of the Lost City. It’s a rather remarkable feat of architecture and features custom built botanical jungles. With lavish pools, lakes and hotel rooms, it would make for an excellent place to stay on vacation, located northwest of Pretoria. Safaris are rightfully on the list for most people who stay here.

8. South African Bungee Jumping

With South Africa’s unique landscapes, it makes for a bungee jumping mecca for those who dare to take the plunge. It’s home to the highest bungi jump in the world at 710 feet. The Bloukrans Bridge is located near Port Elizabeth and is probably somewhere you don’t want to go if you’re afraid of heights. In this photo you can truly see how high the bridge is and this experience most likely won’t be forgotten anytime soon.

7. Shipwrecks

There have been over 2000 shipwrecks on the coast of South Africa within the past 500 years. The Cape of Good Hope gets its name for the dangerous waters that sailors and explorers would try to get around. People would hope that people got past this stretch of water without any issues. As we can see in this photo, it's a beautiful piece of land but a risky one to get around.

6. Rovos Rail

Considered to be the most luxurious trains to explore in Africa. Travellers can take a step back in time and travel like a royal safari enthusiast. They love landscapes that come with the experience as well as a luxury, a butler, all gourmet meals prepared on the train, and only the best wines grown in South Africa.

5. Meteor Strike

South Africa possesses the oldest known crater and is now a UNESCO world heritage site. The Vredefort Dome is believed to 4 billion years old and is about 15-20 kilometers or 9-12 miles in diameter. Here in the photo you can see the vastness from this scar of the past.

4. South African

Although South Africa is a beautiful country ,a recent trend of attacking farm workers have plagued the country unfortunately. An astonishing total of 361,015 murders took place between 1994 and 2012. The farm owners seem to think it is racially motivated although government believe the main motive is robbery. Many farmers have armed themselves heavily in order to protect themselves from becoming a statistic. Some have gathered in the streets, hoping to bring more awareness to the issue.

3. Nobel Peace Prize Winners

South Africa is home to many progressive and influential figures. But this unique country had two nobel peace prize winners on the same street! Can you guess who they are? Nelson Mandela and Archbishop Desmond Tutu both had properties on Vilakazi street in Soweto. Here we see a photo of Nelson Mandela’s house which is now a museum.

2. Festivals

South Africa is home to some of the wildest and colorful festivals. For example the South African Afrika “burn” Festival took place in Karoo in the middle of the desert like we see in this photo. It strikes an eery resemblance to the burning man festival in northern Nevada but with an African Twist. 7 days of this event might be too much if you can survive, this you can do just about anything.

1.Tape Mountain

Tape mountain is believed to be the oldest remaining mountain in the world and has a richer biodiversity that some countries! With the 2285 species of plants on this mountain, it has more than the entire country of the United Kingdom
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Reality of a 0-Month Newborn Baby's Schedule Ep.08

This is our 0 Month 3 week newborn baby's schedule and how we are dealing with it as parents. Although we live in Japan, I feel this schedule could me quite average for a couple who are trying to raise their baby together. In Japan, many women have to raise the baby by herself while the man works, but Maiko and I are trying to do it together. Hopefully this gives some insight to expecting mother's and fathers who want to share the responsibilities of raising a child together. More videos to come, so

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How I Created my YouTube Channel

Quick Story time to share with you how I created my main channel, Paolo fromTOKYO. Many people know that Maiko and I create videos together but in this video I wanted to go more in detail of how we split up the work when creating our videos. This is one of the reasons we created this 2nd channel, to share more behind the scenes of what goes on in the main channel. Thank you all for your support.

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The Culture of Japan

10 Surprising Facts About Japan

From some city scenes that can be surprising to travellers to things that we experience daily living in Japan, Japan has a unique culture with fun, surprising but also sometimes upsetting aspects!

Today, I introduced 10 of these differences that can be so surprising for French people but also people from other countries.

When you come to Tokyo, don't forget to carry some plastic bag in your purse as there are no trash bin in the city!

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HOW JAPAN CELEBRATES CHRISTMAS ????✨ HOLIDAY SHOPPING, and Pottery class JA- VLOGMAS Episode 1

JA- VLOGMAS #1 Spend your holidays *virtually* with me in Japan this year! I can't wait to show you more about how we are spending the holidays abroad. Japan celebrates differently than the way I grew up celebrating Christmas, so it's really fun to blend old and new experiences.


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