Friday, 14 Dec 2018

Japan: Land of the Rising Sun

Sakura flower or food in Japan

Japan: Land of the Rising Sun

Probably, everyone wants to visit Japan. This country is the best example of how modern technologies can exist next to old rules and traditions. No doubt, Japan is an extremely beautiful country, but this land keeps so many secrets and extraordinary views on life, which can easily embarrass any European, for example. Be sure, we have a lot of interesting and shocking things that will turn your mind around. Are you ready to get an extra dose of inspiration? Book your tickets, we fly to Japan!

Sakura: flower or food?

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Sakura flower or food

Of course, everyone knows that Sakura is the national symbol of Japan. Sakura is flowering only about a week and blooms around the country gradually. Millions of tourists from all over the world and locals want to enjoy this fantastic moment and come to Japan. It’s very difficult to show this beauty in photos or videos, because you need to see it with your own eyes. Charming nature! But … wait a minute … Who said that Sakura is food? Yes, it’s not a mistake. Do you want to try a dessert with Sakura? No problems! Maybe it sounds strange, but for the Japanese it’s normal and very tasty. Dishes with Sakura petals are especially popular in spring, when the whole country is covered with a soft pink carpet. Forget about your diet and enjoy the dish!

World of anime

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World of anime

Everyone in Japan is obsessed with anime heroes. Moreover, no one pop star can match with the most popular anime heroes! Anime musicians record albums give concerts and interviews, do everything like real celebrities. The Japanese are ready to give crazy money for their songs and shows. If on the street in the crowd you noticed people who look like heroes from anime cartoons, this is absolutely normal. Here is an anime cult, so order a cool suit and go to Japan.

Communication is easy to buy

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Communication is easy to buy

Japan is a very modern, progressive country with new gadgets and inventions. For the most people Japan is a different planet, because technical progress is so strong. Unfortunately, simple human habits and feelings are bought here. Because of crazy work schedule, people don’t have time for communication. Loneliness is a problem in Japan. You dream about big happy family, but you don’t have time for this? It’s okay, make a call to the special agency. They will find a perfect family for you for several hours. You can come to a supermarket, an amusement park, you can cook a tasty dinner together, and anything you wish except sexual contact. Be ready to pay a high price for this fake “family day”. It’s hard to imagine that if you want to lay with someone on the nap, you should pay money! It sounds crazy and insane! No erotica, just a simple friendly conversation with another person. This is also very expensive service…

Tokyo is the safest city in the world

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Tokyo is the safest city in the world

Tokyo is the capital of Japan and the safest city in the world. Can you imagine that you do not need to worry about pickpockets and other criminals in the metro or other public places? Can you believe that you do not need to block the car or close the door of your house? Theft is contrary to Japanese culture, so the crime rate here is so low. For the same reason, they fall into unpleasant situations abroad.

Karoshi or white-collar problem

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Karoshi or white collar problem

The Japanese are the most hard-working nation in the world. People work here for 13-16 hours a day! Moreover, each employee must come to work 30 minutes before the start, this is considered a sign of respect. When the working day is officially finished, no one is in a hurry to go home. This is considered disrespectful to your boss, colleagues and profession.

The biggest fear of every Japanese is to lose his job. This is considered a huge shame in Japan. It is assumed that a person begins work at a young age and leaves it as an old person. Many do not stand such a stress, crazy schedule and commit suicide. This problem is recognized at the national level. Every year about 15 thousand people die. In Japan, this is called karoshi. Despite this, the problem has not been solved yet.

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