Photos That Prove Japan Is Different From The Rest Of The World

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  • Published on Jan 13, 2019
  • Japanese culture is absolutely incomparable to any in our Western world. Their deeply rooted politeness, precision, and dedication to work are rarely seen anywhere else.
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Comments • 3 807

  • Javon James
    Javon James 12 hours ago

    I would love to go back someday!😄

  • Scorpion TZ
    Scorpion TZ 11 days ago

    Most stolen from scoop cmon man

  • Aussie Deano
    Aussie Deano 12 days ago +1

    There so responsible.....


    Compared with my country......

  • Ana khatiwara
    Ana khatiwara 19 days ago

    Japan someday soon 😍💓

  • Ell p
    Ell p 25 days ago

    Wait! And why does everyone want to go to America??? Screw the wall, buy a plane ticket!

  • Ell p
    Ell p 25 days ago

    I’m moving!!!!

  • apeach
    apeach 29 days ago

    In Japan, there are highly radioactive substances and also the item made from there. It had been proved that some Muji plastic cases do include radioactive substances. It also has been proven by a scientist from japan that it's going to take more than a few hundred years to restore to normal condition. (he got in trouble for releasing this info) however, the Japanese government tries to hide this fact in order to get more money with tourist attraction. It goes well as back to when Korea was under a Japanese rule, they did a horrible experiment on Korean people and took them as slaves (for mining etc), this doesn't go that far as it happened at 1910~1945. They used girls as young as 10 and used them for sexual tools for Japanese soldiers and others. Scientific experiments such as where they put got born babies and mothers in hot iron room to see what the mothers will do. (killed all of them at the end). There had been 8 million people killed at that time. It might not be as much as holocaust in world war 2 but back then they had a population for about 25 million including Japanese soldiers and the number of people died are Korean ones. They still haven't apologized or paid back. They even made a statue making fun of the girls that have been sexually harrassed. There are less than 50 people that lived in that era thats still alive and is still fighting for their right, just a mere apology.

    • deel ak-ss
      deel ak-ss 22 hours ago

      The radiation level in Tokyo is lower than in Seoul.

    • deel ak-ss
      deel ak-ss 22 hours ago

      apeach is a Korean nationalist of right-wing. The Japanese government has already apologized to comfort women. Korea's far right wing denies that fact.

  • Candy Dora
    Candy Dora Month ago +1

    Students in India don't have to clean their classrooms. But our school started this campaign kinda thing to promote cleanliness that every classroom has to be monthly cleaned by the students (not the floors, just dusting the cupboards and scraping gum from below the desk kinda things) and parents flew into a rage. But I am glad our school kept to continue with the arrangement. All my classmates hate it, but since I know about these Japanese kids I feel happy when I clean my classroom 😊

  • OddOneOut 1
    OddOneOut 1 Month ago

    974 don't like Japans choices.
    😐
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  • 。ss
    。ss Month ago

    小学生とか中学生の頃普通にしてた放課後の掃除が海外では普通じゃないだねw

  • Sam T
    Sam T Month ago

    you straight up copied this video you idiot thexvid.com/video/wbukL1CXzHQ/video.html

  • ぽよ ぽよ
    ぽよ ぽよ Month ago

    thank you!
    from japan🌅🇯🇵

  • / Quiet Girł /
    / Quiet Girł / Month ago +2

    I am very proud of my country :D

  • Kohana Baird
    Kohana Baird Month ago

    wow that person got 1000 yen because someone broke their bell that's like 10 dollars. Now that I think about it they probably couldn't really accept it. My friend once offered to buy me a cookie but we spend about 5 minutes arguing because i kept on saying "no no it's okay" and my friend said "no no It's fine". I do that all the time.
    btw my English is very bad.

  • Sheila Rogge
    Sheila Rogge Month ago

    Cool

  • Crow Rage
    Crow Rage Month ago

    Would love to run through that Bamboo forest path , with a unsheathed katana .

  • watcher
    watcher 2 months ago

    come to Algeria to find the opposite

  • james musisca
    james musisca 2 months ago

    i think this is just over doing it and anal the rail that bends with the steps come on really

  • james musisca
    james musisca 2 months ago

    reverse park what's the BFD

  • james musisca
    james musisca 2 months ago

    how can you be on strike and still work

    • glenn morren
      glenn morren 2 months ago

      Also since they are apparently public service workers that feel wrong about denying millions of people's way of (daily) public travel since they are only after the company

    • glenn morren
      glenn morren 2 months ago

      So you can actually fuck over the company you're working for instead of just shouting randomly in the streets/ in front of a building and being a pain to everybody else
      Also not even getting to your boss because you're just yelling bs

  • Merry Gwolf
    Merry Gwolf 2 months ago

    Thank you for letting me live rich for a few moments cause I could never afford all of that.

  • tootz1950
    tootz1950 2 months ago

    The US has become a third world country in many, many ways. We live in filthy cities and raise our children to always blame others for their ineptitude.

  • Lezar
    Lezar 2 months ago

    It's fake
    こんなの嘘だから

  • AMY CHONG
    AMY CHONG 2 months ago

    Japan must stop supplying " Fukushima radiation poisoned foods" to tourists in Japan! . . Stop this exporting of radioactive foods to other countries! .. This is crazy!

  • Joshingya
    Joshingya 2 months ago

    Okay Japan we get it, you're surely not America, but we have nice grandmas...well some of us do.

  • Narya92
    Narya92 2 months ago

    I studied for 6 month at Anan Kosen. In summer we went by bike to the nearby beach. One day I forgot my smartphone in my bike'S basket... after a few hours I realized that my smartphone wasn't in my beach bag. I rushed to my bike and found it in there. In Germany...well... let's not start that topic :D

  • 정원
    정원 2 months ago

    Yes Japanese are different everybody know that

  • Joshep gaming
    Joshep gaming 2 months ago

    I wish I was born in Japan 😯😯😯

  • Luna Azule
    Luna Azule 2 months ago

    Yes, in Japan the Japanese are great but see them in groups in another country and that's another matter. They become obnoxious tourists, just like the rest of US.

  • Leftyriver Funforlife
    Leftyriver Funforlife 2 months ago

    Just one question : How many times per year you hear cars honking ? Been here since 1991 and heard it twice . Once a little 6 years old kid did it and his parents apologized so long and so heartfuly to others you would think their kid murdered somebody , and once a pet dog hit it with his paws , you can only imagine how his owner reacted XD

  • Shane Divix
    Shane Divix 2 months ago

    This is why I want to live in Japan. English people used to be this polite and proper but that's all gone now

  • Mich olas
    Mich olas 2 months ago

    Just goes to show how we all could be living if we all worked together were all different in our own little way, but still all won't the same happiness is it us as individuals or is it they way we are taught or made to think ?can we change as people ? Seems to me the change starts at the top too many greedy people trying to run the world instead of working with it.Just think of the things we all could have instead of wonting it all for our self's.I don't know it could all start with us and the way we think then may be just may be the ones we bring in to the world so helpless, inocent and fragile they are the ones we teach that eventually will be the ones looking after the earth where we all live and to make it a better place for us all not just me or you but for every one. Can we all change? after all no one asked if we won't to be here I know I wasn't, but I do know i would have liked to be born into a better world and not have to wait till I'm dead as I'd have no body to see or feel with just a flicker of energy absorbed by the earth the place where i and every living thing was given life from and my body and soul will return to as will every ones. why do we call it the mother earth may be the sun the farther that keeps every thing turning and in balance. may be we are all connected in a way we can't fathom but we are all born in to the same one. I could right a book on it but I think that's been done and changed in a way to suit sociaty and the greedy ones to divide us and make us fight and if you are reading this, it's you that can make that change to the world we all live in today.

  • Cheapmunks
    Cheapmunks 2 months ago

    Yeah, i see many comments about how much ppl would like to become japanese citizens and leave the western savagery, but as usual this video only shows one part of the japanese culture (a part that does exist and is enjoyable, i don't deny). However, it's also an extremely patriarchal society where you have to build special subways to avoid women to get stalked, touched, when it's not simply raped. The country has one of the highest suicide rate of the world, because of their traditions yes, but the extreme social pressure aswell. The same social pressure that makes youngest japanese male uncomfortable with women, and is increasingly isolating ppl from each other (Hikikomori) which rises some serious questions about the natality rate and the fate of the country itself.

    I could go on but i think that you got the point.
    Their society is as fucked up as the western ones, just in a different way.

  • nightsky
    nightsky 2 months ago

    And yet Japan has one of the highest suicide rates in the world. Many people choose to die instead of living in a society that is seemingly so great. The rest are so confident and content with their lives, that they prefer never to have children.
    No country should be blindly praised or criticised.

  • Russell Ramos
    Russell Ramos 2 months ago

    Philippines, what happened to you?

  • Stephanie Contartesi
    Stephanie Contartesi 2 months ago

    I want to live there.

  • Don Schwartz
    Don Schwartz 2 months ago

    Being from a major U.S city I can tell you that my visit to Japan was a culture shock. People just follow the simple rules of courtesy and truly respect others as a way of life. There is no attitude there. Will go back if I can

  • Mimi S.
    Mimi S. 2 months ago

    Wow! Lovely country and customs!

  • john smith
    john smith 2 months ago +1

    this is what is like when your culture is all on the same page . divirsity is not a good thing

  • Santosh Kumar
    Santosh Kumar 2 months ago +3

    The land of Rising Sun, tech, polite people, punctuality and beauty...

    • Zoe Christakos
      Zoe Christakos 2 months ago +1

      Santosh Kumar 😉👺👹🎃👿👻👺💀👽🤡💩☠️

    • Santosh Kumar
      Santosh Kumar 2 months ago

      @Zoe Christakos didn't knew that 😁

    • Zoe Christakos
      Zoe Christakos 2 months ago +1

      Santosh Kumar Also home of the most creepiest urban legends 😬

  • Valerie Mc Phail
    Valerie Mc Phail 2 months ago

    Amazing!

  • thestranger gacha
    thestranger gacha 2 months ago

    Whenever I'm expecting OK where too go -,-

  • てきとう
    てきとう 2 months ago

    3:06
    ここ点がバラバラじゃなくて整列しているって事かな???

  • Jamie Brooks
    Jamie Brooks 2 months ago +2

    We need to make an effort to be more like this.

  • Carla Lazzari
    Carla Lazzari 2 months ago

    Thank you

  • La Phaun Bennett
    La Phaun Bennett 2 months ago

    Wow❣️

  • Theraphim Hebraeorum
    Theraphim Hebraeorum 2 months ago

    To offer another perspective....it has always amazed me how such a historically orderly society, capable of such technology, art and craft were also capable of treating fellow humans worse than animals. The Japanese War Crimes in Asia before and during WW2 are amongst the worst atrocities ever committed in human history. If you feel yourself so elevated and superior to your neighbor because they do not appear so orderly as you, then you are apt to treat them as a lesser being if you are not careful. Robotic orderliness and strict adherence to collective behavior can suppress individuality and that has its own personal and societal disadvantages. I feel that the youth of Japan are far removed from the martial society of yesteryear but it is far from a perfect society.

  • Min Yoongi
    Min Yoongi 2 months ago

    I went to Narita National Airport and there were no origami

  • Udaya de alwis
    Udaya de alwis 2 months ago +1

    Nice video...Japan is best 👍..very calm and quiet... very peaceful...Japanese people are very polite and helpful...
    I was there last year..❤️you Japan...
    Thank you for uploading this beautiful video..

  • vanlalthaa sailung
    vanlalthaa sailung 2 months ago

    All this and they killed themselves alot. They are a lonely bunch. There is two sides to every coin..

  • Divya Shekhawat
    Divya Shekhawat 2 months ago

    After watching this video I really want to visit Japan

  • Star Lord
    Star Lord 2 months ago

    I was in Japan three years ago and I approved this video, Japan's asset is truly their people, nice,polite,discipline and they really do care about their countries well being. It's a good country to visit and experience.

  • Hugh Jaanus
    Hugh Jaanus 2 months ago

    @ 7:10 Do you know the difference between a bath and a toilet?

  • Hugh Jaanus
    Hugh Jaanus 2 months ago

    @ 2:47 They only rotate horizontally, not in any direction.

  • Hugh Jaanus
    Hugh Jaanus 2 months ago

    @ 0:46 that looks like a toilet cubicle, not a bathroom. Where's the bath? Japanese use public bath houses where they sit down and shower themselves, I have seen many videos of this.

  • Joanne McLaurin
    Joanne McLaurin 2 months ago

    I had no idea! It is a beautiful place! Some of their extra “trends” are amazing ideas!

  • Al Mil
    Al Mil 2 months ago

    All it takes is a earthquaque, and with all those nuclear facilities they have, by by, you become radioactive for life..

  • R SR
    R SR 2 months ago

    America was more like this back in the day before liberals took over & decided manners & morals weren't important

  • Pathwanderer
    Pathwanderer 2 months ago

    Dutch bus drivers strike the same way :)

  • Willy Kim
    Willy Kim 2 months ago

    All products manufactured in Japan since 2011 are radioactive waste. All the land in Japan was contaminated with radiation more serious than Chernobyl.. Japan's export products are Japan's terrorists trying to expose the world to radiation. Let's protect our descendants from radiation exposure.