Common Japanese Gestures & Body Language – LIVE JAPAN





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As with each country’s mannerisms, Japanese body language and hand gestures are often unique to the culture of Japan. Keep reading below to learn more about common gestures you may encounter while in Japan such as bowing, beckoning, and conversation cues.
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10 Replies to “Common Japanese Gestures & Body Language – LIVE JAPAN”

  1. Risky Drama Uploads

    Phrases performed by Anna Haruoka as it says at 1:58

    Wikipedia says that the "come here" gesture is "To beckon in Japan, the hand is placed at head-level, palm facing out, and four fingers scratch the length of the hand." which sounds wrong, someone change it

  2. Joshua Balbines

    the video is clear i like it, its very helpfull i hope you always have phrases of about japanese languages peace
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