The last thing you want is to come across as bastos, right?
1. Don't forget to follow the proper chopstick etiquette. Have you ever wondered why restaurants come with chopstick holders? It's because sticking your chopsticks in your bowl of rice and leaving them standing up is a huge no-no. The
Racism is a thing—and if you don't think so, then this show is probably for you.
The Long Story, Sans Spoilers"Dear White People," Samantha White, a biracial film major, student leader-slash-activist, and radio jockey says into a microphone, the contempt evident in her voice, "Here's a list of acceptable Halloween costumes: a pirate,
This is not a drill.
We've just found out Japan have the coolest festival ever, and it's all about penises. Kanamara Matsuri, which means "Festival of the Steel Phallus," is celebrated every year in Kawasaki, and sees thousands of people lining the streets to worship
As a foreigner, make it a point to respect local customs.
Etiquette exists for a reason, and as tourists visiting a different city, it's our responsibility to adhere to certain societal norms. Don't feign ignorance-it's a quick way to insult your hosts and other locals around you. But aside
Japan, here I come!
While there are serious computations and budget considerations to be made (because that Mt. Fuji tour is non-negotiable), there is a way for first-time Japan travelers to make the most out of this awesome country without breaking bank.1. Experience
Don't fall for the tourist traps. Get in touch with your inner child and go back to nature with a foreign outdoor art exhibit!
When you take a trip out of the country, the tendency is to act like a typical tourist and visit the traps designed to attract newcomers with money to spend. The novelty wears off after a few hours and boredom kicks in
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