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Living in JAPAN FAQ - 日本で住むことについてよくある質問

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(字幕あり) Questions about living in Japan :)

1.Do you see lots of gothic lolitas in Japan. No. It is not common.

2. Is your place small. lol no. Japanese houses are not small, they just come in all different sizes. Small places are for men who work and don't need to cook, just need a place to crash. That is also viewed as small by Japanese people.

3. What is the weather like in Tokyo is it hot. No. I come from Toronto and Toronto is hotter than Tokyo. So I don't think it is hot but maybe you will.

4. Is Japan cheaper to live than Canada. Yes. Rent is very cheap here. You can find a place for 200$, average is 600-700$ ofcourse there is more expensive in more expensive areas.

5. Do creditd cards from my country work in Japan. Depends on your bank
6. Can you have house parties in Japan. NO! It is rude and you don't have parties at home in Japan. You go to a izakaya to be loud and drink.

7. Why do Japanese use English in advertizing. English is cool.
8. How do you find someone to sign your Japanese appartment gaurentor. If you don't have parents, you use a company that you pay to sign for you.

9.How do you stay safe in a Earthquake. Open the door to the room you are in.
10. How hard is it to pay bills with no Japanese knowledge. Probably hard. I wouldn't know.
11. After living in Japan for a while what suprises you. The fact that Japanese wear coats when it is still hot outside. Just because the season has changed they think its time to wear sweaters, when I am wearing a dress.

12. How is your relationship with parents. Good.
13. What is the best time to come to Japan. Spring or summer.
14. What are popular brands in Japan. Louis vuiton, Chanel, coach.

13. Are the road signs in English. A lot do in Tokyo but don't count on it.
14. In Japan do they show skin (female clothes). NO BOOBS!. Buts is ok, backs and shoulders also ok.
15. Do stores have AC on in summer. Yes.
16. Are all Japanese houses cold inside in the winter. No. You turn on the heater and then it is warm lol.

17. Is Japanese culture sexist. No. I don't think so, but maybe if you are a girl and don't like cooking and cleaning, you will probably think it is sexist.

MY NAME IS MIRA. I am a Canadian girl who moved to Japan.
I make a lot of videos about Japan, so if you are interested, check them out.

You also should check out my facebook, twitter and blog :)


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