50 Things Japan Travelers Need To Know|Watch before you come! PART2





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What should you know before coming to Japan? Here are some Japan trivia facts and Japan travel tips to help you along the way to Japan.

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Ask Japanese is interviewing Japanese and foreigners in Japan about life in Japan, dating Japanese, travel tips, tasty foods, anime, manga and more. Through our interviews, we try to bring Japanese culture to the world! (=✧ω✧=)
If you plan to travel or live in Japan, we feature many topics about life in Japan and where to travel to. We ask Japanese girls, boys and elders to give you a glimpse at what Japan is really like. Our reporter and YouTuber Cathy Cat interviews people in Japanese, English and sometimes German!

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21 Replies to “50 Things Japan Travelers Need To Know|Watch before you come! PART2”

  1. Lefty The Bear

    "This is like burpy water… i need to be careful with this one"

    hey can I use that to refer to pop…?

  2. Boston Tracy

    Here in Oklahoma, if there’s an earthquake, just keep going about your business; it’s fine.
    Humidity? Humidity in the single digits (1–9%) is a myth, like the Easter Bunny. We usually have percentage somewhere in the 90’s; we’ve had 99% many times, in summer.
    My goodness, you’re so beautiful KittyCat!!! You looked absolutely amazing in those pictures you showed us at the end!!! 😍

  3. Pablo Figueroa

    So many videos about Japan, know this before you come, who’s gonna go there? , only people that has someone to stay with or a job that required to be there. I would never be there, not even in the airport.

  4. Thomas S

    Hi, Cathy. I watched TV show , Japan Railway Journal, last week, however,
    I didn't to see you in the show. Just I saw a classy lady looks like you sat
    on next to professor Takagi…..

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