• How hard is it to live in Japan without any Japanese and without a translator at all?

    Best answer: Very.
    Best answer: Very.
    6 answers · 6 days ago
  • Have you ever been to Japan?

    13 answers · 1 week ago
  • In general do the people of Japan have a positive view or a negative view of Muslims and Islam?

    Best answer: For the most part Japanese practice either Shintoism or Buddhism. Those are two religions which don't proselytize unlike Christianity or Islam, so they really don't give AF. Now if you walk around wearing a hijab or even an abaya or burqa, then you will get looks as it's out of the ordinary there.
    Best answer: For the most part Japanese practice either Shintoism or Buddhism. Those are two religions which don't proselytize unlike Christianity or Islam, so they really don't give AF. Now if you walk around wearing a hijab or even an abaya or burqa, then you will get looks as it's out of the ordinary there.
    8 answers · 1 week ago
  • Does it snow in Tokyo City?

    Does it snow in Tokyo City?

    Best answer: It is just "Tokyo", not "Tokyo City". Tokyo does not cover the entire country of Japan any more than Washington DC covers the entire country of the US, so its climate may not be typical of elsewhere in the country. Given that the Japanese mainland covers about 14 degrees in latitude, about the... show more
    Best answer: It is just "Tokyo", not "Tokyo City". Tokyo does not cover the entire country of Japan any more than Washington DC covers the entire country of the US, so its climate may not be typical of elsewhere in the country.

    Given that the Japanese mainland covers about 14 degrees in latitude, about the same distance from Georgia to Maine, wouldn't you think that average temps and snowfall would vary significantly based on where you were? Japan also has mountains as high as 12,000 feet and as we know, that can affect weather as well.

    So to your questions. Yes, Japan has seasons (as most non-equatorial countries do because of the earth's tilt relative to the sun). It is currently late fall in Japan as it is in the US. The average high in Tokyo (which is about 35.7 degrees latitude, roughly the same as North Carolina) is 79 F and low is 41 F.
    https://www.holiday-weather.com/tokyo/averages/

    At this very moment it is 26 in Tomamu in the mountains in northern Japan (Hokkaido) and 71 F in Aoto on the Southern coast.

    Also, every year in late winter Sapporo (the largest city on the main North Island of Hokkaido) has a Snow Festival and the winter Olympics was held there in 1972.
    https://www.japan-guide.com/e/e5311.html
    5 answers · 2 weeks ago
  • Do you think 177cm is short for men? I'm 20 and Japanese . In Japan I'm considered as a tall man but how about in your county?

    Best answer: Tall or short, doesn't matter to me--If you're Japanese, you're already my friend!
    Best answer: Tall or short, doesn't matter to me--If you're Japanese, you're already my friend!
    8 answers · 3 weeks ago
  • Is Japan a tropical country?

    Best answer: Some parts of it are, some parts of it aren't. The south is pretty tropical. The north isn't. For example, some parts of northern Japan get the biggest snowfalls anywhere on the planet due to sea effect snow. It's not very tropical there if you ask me.
    Best answer: Some parts of it are, some parts of it aren't. The south is pretty tropical. The north isn't. For example, some parts of northern Japan get the biggest snowfalls anywhere on the planet due to sea effect snow. It's not very tropical there if you ask me.
    15 answers · 4 weeks ago
  • Is all the land in Japan owned by the central government? Do prefectures own land?

    Best answer: Yes, of course some land is owned by prefectural governments. The Japanese government owns just some land, not all.
    Best answer: Yes, of course some land is owned by prefectural governments. The Japanese government owns just some land, not all.
    7 answers · 3 weeks ago
  • How do Japanese schools treat students with special diets?

    From what i hear, schools give students lunch for elementary and middle school. And in high school students must bring a lunch. What do they do if there's a elementary or middle schooler who follows a special diet unrelated to an allergy? Such as a student who's vegan or vegetarian?
    From what i hear, schools give students lunch for elementary and middle school. And in high school students must bring a lunch. What do they do if there's a elementary or middle schooler who follows a special diet unrelated to an allergy? Such as a student who's vegan or vegetarian?
    7 answers · 4 weeks ago
  • What is good about Kyoto?

    What is good about Kyoto?

    I went to kyoto recently and i found that literally half of human beings there were foreigners. so many tourists are attracted to kyoto. so what is so appealing about kyoto as a travel destination?
    I went to kyoto recently and i found that literally half of human beings there were foreigners. so many tourists are attracted to kyoto. so what is so appealing about kyoto as a travel destination?
    5 answers · 4 weeks ago
  • Can anyone suggest dirty jobs in japan?

    I was given the privilege of a working visa for japan via a family friend. I am what you call a low achiever. I have no illusions of ever achieving a high paying desk job. As such, I'm aiming for high paying dirty jobs that requires very little educational attainment and very little experience. Does anyone have... show more
    I was given the privilege of a working visa for japan via a family friend. I am what you call a low achiever. I have no illusions of ever achieving a high paying desk job. As such, I'm aiming for high paying dirty jobs that requires very little educational attainment and very little experience. Does anyone have a suggestion? Naturally, the dirtier and more physically taxing the job is, the better
    5 answers · 4 weeks ago
  • Why does Japan have a low birth rate?

    11 answers · 1 month ago
  • So, let's say I wanted to go to Japan to study its culture and to immerse myself into its beauty. How will I fare without any Japanese?

    Best answer: How will you fare without speaking Japanese? Is that what you're asking? If so, not very well.
    Best answer: How will you fare without speaking Japanese? Is that what you're asking? If so, not very well.
    6 answers · 4 weeks ago
  • What's behind the Ghosn arrest?

    Best answer: Power strugle in Nissan board of directors, becuase the Nissan CEO does not want Nissan to be merged with Renault.
    Best answer: Power strugle in Nissan board of directors, becuase the Nissan CEO does not want Nissan to be merged with Renault.
    4 answers · 4 weeks ago
  • I'll be in Japan for 3 days mid-April next year. Already been to Tokyo, Osaka, Kyoto, and Hakone. Where else can I go in this short time?

    Best answer: April is the best monrth you travel in Japan. If you want to enjoy cherry blossoms, you have to come to the south of Japan early April while to norther Japan late date will be ok.
    Best answer: April is the best monrth you travel in Japan. If you want to enjoy cherry blossoms, you have to come to the south of Japan early April while to norther Japan late date will be ok.
    7 answers · 1 month ago
  • Can you use your bank card for the same bank in another country?

    I am going overseas for studies and prefer not to carry a lot of cash with me on the plane. I currently use standard bank in Africa and want to rather take the card with me and use it in Japan than take a lot of money to Japan.
    I am going overseas for studies and prefer not to carry a lot of cash with me on the plane. I currently use standard bank in Africa and want to rather take the card with me and use it in Japan than take a lot of money to Japan.
    9 answers · 1 month ago
  • Is South Korea or Taiwan better to visit after a trip to Japan?

    Best answer: Been to both with Uncle Sam, & I'd rather Taiwan, but it's a tough decision ........
    Best answer: Been to both with Uncle Sam, & I'd rather Taiwan, but it's a tough decision ........
    3 answers · 1 month ago