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The Xenophobe’s Guide to the Japanese
Jan rated it really liked it Apr 26, Having said that, some of the things in here are becoming old-fashioned. Aspects such as nose-blowing, not opening presents infront of people, saying grace before eating, not shovelling food straight out of the bowl into the mouth and so on are things th I bought this slim little book in Japan on the recommendation of one of the people in the tour I went on.
Cristina Langa rated it liked it May 08, The Xenophobe’s Guide 1 – 10 xenofbului 33 books. At times it seemed to be pulling punches; for example in the section on holidays they tell us “A total absence of biblical knowledge is no deterrent to young Japanese attending Midnight Mass on Christmas Eve”. Tutiki rated it liked it Mar 08, The Xenophobes books are always fun reads.
Thanks for telling us about the problem. Some generalizations ring true. But for anyone interested in Japan or going there, this is definately worth reading.
To ask other readers questions about The Xenophobe’s Guide to the Japaneseplease sign up. Informative, as far as I can tell with my superficial knowledge of Japan. But while living in Tokyo for five years in the early 90s, I found it way funnier that Christmas Eve is the busiest day of the year for Love Hotels, that everybody books their rooms months in advance, and nobody knows why this romantic conflation exists.
Having lived in Japan for six years, I can say that this book is well researched, accurate and funny. At times it seemed to be pulling punches; for example in t Before moving to Germany, reading the Xenophobe’s Guides to Germans and also to Americans really helped us prepare, manage expectations, and plus I found them both hilarious. Frank, irreverent, funny–almost guaranteed to cure Xenophobia.
Jacqueline Innes rated it it was amazing Mar ja;onezii, It’s a funny little read and it does give you quite a bit of insight slightly tongue in cheek about why the Japanese are the way they are. Aspects such as nose-blowing, not opening presents infront of people, saying grace before eating, not shovelling food straight out of the bowl into the mouth and so on are things that my generation 20s just don’t bother about nowadays.
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Return to Book Page. Heavily stereotypical and makes a lot of assumptions but enables foreigners to grasp a bit of the Japanese society. I bought this slim little book in Japan on the recommendation of one of the people in the tour I went on.
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