Japan--Kelli Huffstetler

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Click to edit Master subtitle style 4/20/11 Kelli Huffstetler ¨ uP‰ “ , &
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4/20/11 Nanika atta?- What’s up? 125 million people Parliamentarian democracy Dominate religion Shinto l No official religion
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4/20/11 Greetings from Japan! Head to full 90 degree bowing Higher social status a longer bow shows respect Foreigners are not expected to bow properly just a nod will do Bowing means Thanks Apologies Request Ask a favor Shaking hands are uncommon Foreigners are an exception
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4/20/11 Dressing for Business Dress to impress Men Dark suits Women l Not wear pants(men find it offensive) l Skirts, dresses Slip-on shoes Causal wear is never appropriate
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4/20/11 Meishi – Business card Home language on one side Japanese on the other side Japanese side up Do not write on or stick in pocket/wallet Given after bow
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Introductions Only use the last names San means Mr. or Mrs. San + last name
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