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These 9 Rigid Japanese Customs Are Not As Bad As You Are Thinking.

These 9 Rigid Japanese Customs Are Not As Bad As You Are Thinking.
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Japan is a land of unique civilization. You will find uncountable beautiful things in Japan and the people are also very noble. But you will wonder when you know about the bizarre customs and traditions in the country. While some are a result of superstition, while some might teach you something. 

Take some time and explore Japan more closely. 

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1. It's very common to see Japanese people falling asleep in the trains.

1. It's very common to see Japanese people falling asleep in the trains.

They work too hard for the whole day, it is obvious to get tired.

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They sleep placing their head on one another's shoulder.

They sleep placing their head on one another's shoulder.

And you have to tolerate it.

2. Japanese people have ''tetraphobia'' They think that '4' is their unlucky number.

2. Japanese people have ''tetraphobia'' They think that '4' is their unlucky number.

It's a bizarre superstition that Japanese avoid number 4.

Japanese find number 4 is similar to the word of death.

Japanese find number 4 is similar to the word of death.

You rarely see '4' in Japanese public places.

3. These cute Capsule hotels are commonly seen in Japan.

3. These cute Capsule hotels are commonly seen in Japan.

It's affordable for general people.

The amazing thing is that these capsule hotels are not bigger than a coffin.

The amazing thing is that these capsule hotels are not bigger than a coffin.

Capsule hotels are very cozy.

4. A well-dressed team is always there to control rush.

4. A well-dressed team is always there to control rush.

They are funnily said as pushers.

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This staff is hired to save the public from unfortunate accidents.

This staff is hired to save the public from unfortunate accidents.

They keep people safe from being caught in the doors.

5. A number of slippers are placed outside temples, traditional restaurants, homes and public places. You have to change the slipper while entering.

5. A number of slippers are placed outside temples, traditional restaurants, homes and public places. You have to change the slipper while entering.

It is the tradition to change the slippers.

6. Toilet slippers are placed outside washrooms as well.

6. Toilet slippers are placed outside washrooms as well.

Everyone is bounded to follow the rules.

7. Blowing nose loudly is considered rude manner.

7. Blowing nose loudly is considered rude manner.

In public, it's like a sin.

8. Filling your own cup is considered as bad manners.

8. Filling your own cup is considered as bad manners.

When you fill others' they will see yours empty and do the same for you.

9. Eating noodles with a loud sloppy sucking noise is taken as polite manner.

9. Eating noodles with a loud sloppy sucking noise is taken as polite manner.

You may find it weird, but it shows you are happily enjoying the dish.

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