Hello, my fellow ninjas! Today I'm going to give you 10 ways you can improve your Japanese today. Ganbatte-ne! 一 Watch
Medicine in Japan How to find and buy Paracetamol / acetaminophen / Ibuprofen / Aspirin in Japan We have loads of different types of medicine / tablets but I think most people want to use the same one that you are used to taking in your own country. Plus Japanese tablets usually contain some different ingredients such as caffeine so I’m only listing tablets that DO NOT contain caffeine or other ingredients. Acetaminophen / Paracetamol / Tylenol (For headache, fever etc... *Please check what you need online) You can get Tylenol= タイレノール (tairenooru). https://www.amazon.co.jp/%E3%82%BF%E3%82%A4%E3%83%AC%E3%83%8E%E3%83%BC%E3%83%AB-%E3%80%90%E7%AC%AC2%E9%A1%9E%E5%8C%BB%E8%96%AC%E5%93%81%E3%80%91%E3%82%BF%E3%82%A4%E3%83%AC%E3%83%8E%E3%83%BC%E3%83%ABA-20%E9%8C%A0/dp/B00B0LN708 On the official US website ( https://www.tylenol.com/safety-dosing/usage/dosage-for-adults) it says adults can take 2 tablets every 4-6 hours. One regular-strength tablet contains 325 mg and one extra-strength tablet contains 500mg. As for Paracetamol, each one contains 500 mg and adults can take 2 tablets up to four times a day.(Both paracetamol and tylenol are the same thing.)
Thank you for ... & You're welcome in Japanese (NATIVE WAY) Saying "thank you" is one of the most important
Japan is a country unlike any other in the world. Whether you are from the UK, the USA, Germany, Russia, China, or any other country, you are going to be in for a shock when you come to Japan. My mission today is to prepare you for culture shock in Japan. First I will analyse exactly what makes Japanese culture unique. I am going to give you some ‘cheat codes’ to hack Japan. Then I will compare it to countries such as the UK, the USA, Russia, France, Germany, Canada, Australia, Spain, and China. Some countries will share commonalities with Japan in some areas, whilst other countries will experience a huge difference. The negative effects of culture shock are more likely to occur in some expatriates but not others. There’s also going to be lots of cool graphs that compare how these countries compare to Japan in regards to things like Individualism, Masculinity, and Indulgence. After that, I will give you some practical tips for assimilating with the culture. We’ll talk about tipping (spoiler: never do it), masks, earthquakes, staring, and the toilet situation, among many others. I will also give you a handy tip for getting around the city of Tokyo (a tip I desperately needed when I arrived in Japan). Understanding the culture is the first hurdle to overcoming culture shock. If I can show you how Japan’s culture differs from your own, I believe I will enhance the enjoyment of your trip 10000%. Feel free to skip to the bits that most interest you or you can read it all the way through. Let’s talk a bit about adjusting to a different culture. Many sociological studies confirm that there are generally three phases of cultural adjustment. They are: The Honeymoon Phase (e.g. Excitement and Confusion)
How to Get a Working Holiday Visa for Japan (UK Edition) If you really want to maximise your experience in Japan, I highly advise getting yourself a Working Holiday Visa. This article will detail how to get the Working Holiday Visa for Japan if you’re a Brit but the process is similar for many other European countries. I’m sure you’ve checked out the website for the Embassy for Japan in the UK: http://www.uk.emb-japan.go.jp/en/visa/working-holiday.html They list all the requirements for obtaining the Working Holiday Visa there. Like me, however, you might be wondering just how in-depth you need to go and how exactly to go about submitting your proposal. That’s why I am here to help. I have personally gone through the process and was accepted. I will outline everything here and you can get started on getting your Working Holiday Visa and having the most fantastic time in Japan. What is the Working Holiday Visa? Every year 1000 lucky Brits will be permitted on the Working Holiday Scheme with Japan. The idea is that this scheme will foster greater relationships and cultural awareness between British people and Japanese people. The visa allows you to stay for up to 1 year. In that time you can work. In a nutshell: stay in beautiful Japan for up to 365 days, work for travel money or experience, meet great Japanese people, immerse yourself in Japanese culture.
Stop using WATASHI (= I ) - The real way to refer to yourself I'm going to tell you the