An interview of Japanese university students on what they think about foreigners and foreign countries. Like our other interviews it's just for fun so don't take it too seriously. :) Sorry it's so windy!
- What do you think is the politest country?
- What country has the most attractive people?
- What country do you want to visit the most?
- What mistakes do foreigners make in Japan?
- Would you welcome foreigners who visit Japan?
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Hello fellow English ladies and gentlemen, we must live up to expectations and be polite, just because people are laughing and mentioning people who are British and not polite does not mean we all are. To all the people wanting to visit England, please come and visit, we would love to meet you (we also have delicious cream tea☺️).
i think this is not about the geographical position, but about the mentality. for example european women are more casual than russian. many russian women are very concerned about their appearance (makeup, hairstyle, clothes, heels, you know), they try to look as beautiful and stylish as possible even just going to the doctor or to work/university/school. of course this does not apply to all women in russia but this trend is really noticeable
I’m back to the video that made me love this channel so much. Really shows how raw and what it really feels like to be and live in Japan. Unlike all other youtuber video that only gives a dreamy and unrealistic everyday cheerful environment. With the noisy wind and sound of the leaves and the red bricks as background, really shows that not everyday you’ll get to have the most fitting background music while you’re walking down the streets of japan. That is the perfect world that we are actually living in.
When they say ‘gentleman’, I think they might be talking more about appearance than personality. In Japan, the word イギリス紳士 or ‘English gentleman’ is associated with fashion, like a guy in nice suits. There is a word ‘紳士服’ which means ‘clothes of gentleman’ or suits.
I think that people don't talk enough about some african countries where respecting yours elders, parents and other people is really important and also being wll-mannered like no accepting gifts even from your friends because it is considerate disrespectful.
I know this is an old video but it struck me as SO SO NICE that they really couldn't come up with many mistakes we foreigners make in Japan?? Whenever I visit I'm always certain that I'm making every mistake under the sun and sticking out like a sore thumb 😭😭 Lovely of them really.
Um... Have the Japanese seen English people (mostly from Britian) We are the rudest most unhygenic people XD I'm surprised how the english are polite in their views XD Take it fron a Brittish person XD
Ich finde besonders die Antworten zu den letzten Fragen ganz toll!!!
Dass alle so freundlich und offen zu "Fremden" sind, davon könnten sich so manch andere echt eine Scheibe abschneiden!
Danke und Grüße aus Deutschland!
My parents are both Albanian and I've been raised with the Albanian culture while growing up in Greece and here in Greece people don't take off their shoes when they enter the house while we in Albania (at least that's how I've been raised) usually take off our shoes and it's still kinda strange for me tho
去年の夏、日本に行きました！楽しいました！来年、私は外国人学生としてそこに行くつもりです！外国人学生にメッセージをくれた男に、ありがとうございます！Last summer, I went to Japan! It was very fun. Next school year, I’m going to go there as a foreign exchange student! So thank you to the one dude who gave a message to the students studying abroad!
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