What I wasn't expecting in Tokyo (part1). Apologies to all for the poor condition- this is my first time creating something on funnyjunk. Next time, if I'm not
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What I wasn't expecting in Tokyo (part1)

Apologies to all for the poor condition- this is my first time creating something on funnyjunk.

Next time, if I'm not runout of funnyjunk, I hope to write about more specific topics like...food, the Gaijin do's and don'ts, short skirt fashion, Japanese maniac criminals, and maybe Japanese thoughts on Obama.

Only if you are interested, or course.

1. Quality of Food ",gtg&
The mod in Tull's is fantastic, and I' m nut just talking about Japanese cuisine. I'
had the heat steaks and the best burgers I' ever had in my iife... just but regular
chain restaurants. The and time put into all food is outstanding. (Although with
99% sf the population being lactase intolerant I wouldn' t eat the cheese. ' T eat
the cheese. And if you are reading this and you know sf a goad pizza place in Tums iill : l'"
please find me and shaw me.)
2. Lock of Boobs put plethora of Gums
his cleavage. It is highly inappropriate and very much frowned upen fur
a female to shaw any amount of cleavage- m the flip side sf that
thaugh it is considered perfectly fim, fur girls ts wear ridiculously high
heels with the shortest skirts yuu ever dream sf.
3. Drinking culture
hard. twasn' t prepared fur Japan. ' t l
know why Japan isn' t mew for huw much they get completely smashed-
because they must certainly us. It' s aim completely legal ts take your beer
ts the park or drink it anywhere you want on the streets. cm Saturday nights
I see hardes sf salary men fur business men) collapsed the sidewalk
unable ts stay awake ts get hame. Nominally a policeman will approach a
man like that and wake him up kmg enough ts try to get him hame safely in
a taxi.
4. Quality of service
Frum waitresses ts muss guards- I' never seen peuple seem mum pleasantly dedicated ts their juh.
Tips aren' t a thing in Japan either (in fast it is considered insulting to try ts give someune a tip). when I
buy an article of clothing the stare clerk will usually carry my bag outside
the shun hand it ts me, bow, and thank me profusely fur cursing ts their
shop ts buy a shirt. Mummy they stay bowed until I leave their line sf
sight. Everything I buy is wrapped up beautifully ms and the mum
expensive the more detail that gsus in ts wrapping it up fur me. Behind
this incredible sesame is the cultural mentality of the importance to
always put your entire self intu you juh and give sne hundred percent.
5. Homosexuality
It is considered a sign sf if a man has muscles.
I kid thee nut. Having muscles means that me is paying way ms much attention ts the male fuss more than
sne should. Naw, peuple still gs ts the gym, sf course, but that is pnly ts us light saudis and stay slim! Girls
here seem ts prefer men with gum clothes. attractive hair, and a slim build.
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User avatar #13 - dangler (06/20/2014) [-]
I love Japanese girls, but I don't know if I can give up on my gainz...
#19 - bizengaust (06/20/2014) [-]
They really do have a thing about cute neat packaging. There is a bakery I frequent in Osaka often and even if I just get bread,they wrap it up like a little gift topped with a bow. I almost always feel bad opening it because it looks so perfect.  Also great comp! Keep up the good work
They really do have a thing about cute neat packaging. There is a bakery I frequent in Osaka often and even if I just get bread,they wrap it up like a little gift topped with a bow. I almost always feel bad opening it because it looks so perfect. Also great comp! Keep up the good work
User avatar #1 - testaburger (06/19/2014) [+] (4 replies)
If you do write a Gaijin do's and dont's, could you mention me?

Also, nice work
User avatar #16 - lexivex ONLINE (06/20/2014) [-]
Nice stuff man! I wasn't even interested in Japan til all these posts came out from people like you or bizengaust. Keep up the good work!
#42 - bjornkrage (06/20/2014) [+] (1 reply)
>bammin slammin mirilicious body   
>go to japan   
>ur a faget   
   
I really don't want this to happen.
>bammin slammin mirilicious body
>go to japan
>ur a faget

I really don't want this to happen.
#35 - neefew (06/20/2014) [-]
Onwards, to Japan
Onwards, to Japan
User avatar #40 - satrenkotheone (06/20/2014) [+] (14 replies)
Suddenly there's "tons" of people living in Japan who goes to FJ.
User avatar #46 to #40 - Lambda (06/20/2014) [-]
There are tons of people on FJ, period. There are many, many users. Some of them live in Japan. It seems like tons.
#34 - slippowich (06/20/2014) [+] (6 replies)
Its not that special to be able to drink outside?
Its not that special to be able to drink outside?
User avatar #41 to #37 - livefromtokyo (06/20/2014) [-]
Ah- That makes since. I met a girl from Copenhagen (studying here in Tokyo) who told me that Japan and Denmark are a lot alike.
I made this blog from the view of an American (the reason for USA Eagle Picture)
See, in America it is illegal to openly carry beer around outside (even if it is closed). One must carry it in a bag (btdubs If you ever see a homeless man in an American movie carrying a brown paper bag- that's what is in that bag) And I believe places must have a special license to allow crowds of people to drink there (Like at festivals or parks)
User avatar #18 - gabsmatags (06/20/2014) [+] (2 replies)
I can't say the last one sounds weird to me regarding their preference for a slight male build. From what I've gathered, none of my friends (myself included) are really fans of muscles, but if you're slim with a cute face well damn, hellooo.
User avatar #60 to #22 - gabsmatags (06/20/2014) [-]
Ah, I understand now! Well, thank you for clarifying
#17 - ninjabadger (06/20/2014) [-]
This was pretty good, looking forward to more.

Gaijin do's and don'ts would be killer, but hey we'll take anything

Have a Japanese Jesus for your troubles
#10 - withstrangeraeons (06/20/2014) [+] (1 reply)
Fascinating Stuff!
Slight typo on the one about drinking - it should be "isn't known for..." (but bonus points for using the word "plethora".)
Learning is fun!
User avatar #45 - serlucane (06/20/2014) [-]
I knew being slim would pay off!

Japan here I come!
User avatar #32 - frozensundae (06/20/2014) [+] (1 reply)
annnd I'm going to Tokyo for a month in 4 days ._.
User avatar #23 - myitems (06/20/2014) [+] (6 replies)
As someone currently living in Tokyo, I can confirm all of this. What part of town are you in OP?
User avatar #20 - evilanakie (06/20/2014) [-]
gachimuchi
this is why japan thinks muscles are the homo
User avatar #14 - sanjix (06/20/2014) [+] (2 replies)
hey, is it difficult to communicate for english speakers in japan? i know a lot of road signs were translated for tourists, but i was wondering if say i were to move there and learn japanese from both a teacher, and through conversation, as a pure english speaker would it be difficult to acclimate?
#12 - Muppetz (06/20/2014) [+] (1 reply)
Japan doesn't even lift?
#11 - murillable (06/20/2014) [-]
#5  I'm in the clear!
#5 I'm in the clear!
User avatar #4 - pwnie (06/19/2014) [+] (5 replies)
Everything is 100% true here. Japan is awesome. I do not suppose you hit up Akihabara?
#2 - racistracist (06/19/2014) [-]
******* subhumans
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