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Do you have any questions about Japan?

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Hey, I was busy in my job. I am not sure that the meaning of "finish your plate". But if it means that eat up your dish, is is polite to anyone. There were exceptions in some historical case like a ling or Samurai lords.

Jul 16, 17 at 8:58pm


Hello, how are you?

1. Osaka and Sakai is nice place. actually I am going to there from now to attend an event of maid-cafe. Kansai region has some places for hiking and swimming but I have not heard about surfing. I think the suitable city may be Yokohama which is next to Tokyo. There is a beach called Shonan the most famous surf place in Japan.

2. I love Pizza in the States! It was so nice. I am sure that you are native speaker in English, you can teach English in Japan. There is a huge demand and chance of native English speaker to be their language teacher. I heard that the foreigner nursing has less incomes. There are programs to visit Japan as a working holiday or volunteer, I recommend you to use these, and try to come and see.

3. I don't think like that. Still Japanese ladies love white cool guys, at least more than me :-p I believe that westerners guy has a good position to dating with ladies more than Japanese guys.
Of course all countries has same problems to the aliens, usually Westerners are welcomed in compare with Koreans and Chines who is next to Japanese and have known each other in complex history.

4. Sure, let me know your e-mail or something like that, but recently I am busy in my studies and job. So I will be late to replies.

Jul 16, 17 at 9:31pm

Hello, sorry to bother you. How would you say the typical Japanese person acts around an out LGBTQA+ person, what is the Queer culture like?

Jul 16, 17 at 10:13pm

YES I'm a big fan of Shonan beach!

I've considered teaching English, but due to my lack of Japanese language knowledge wouldn't this be an obstacle?
I have a very large vocabulary and my spelling is excellent, but I admit that I'm mostly unaware of correct punctuation so I thought this might be a problem as well?

Jul 17, 17 at 12:14pm
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