|Above, a challenging meal. Photo by Armand Vaquer.|
There are some behaviors by foreign nationals visiting Japan that they would like to curb.
The Daily Mail reported:
Welcome to Japan. Please do not burp, fart, or soil public toilets.
These are just three unwanted habits a Japanese tourism board has highlighted in a brochure in a bid to stop holidaymakers behaving badly when visiting.
Following a spate of perceived bad behaviour on the part of Chinese tourists, the Hokkaido Tourism Organization decided to print a guide on etiquette. It stresses that speaking loudly in public, farting, meals not being finished and queues being jumped are all frowned upon.The article includes pages from the guide on proper etiquette while in Japan.
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