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#355 - howboutyou (06/26/2014) [-]
This is awesome. Pure awesome.

I've known Japan ONLY from anime, and I'm not an idiot believing what the anime shows me is the real life there.

I've been wanting to learn about the real Japan for years, and now's my chance.

KEEP GOING! DON'T STOP! I COUNT ON YOU!
#340 - karvarausku ONLINE (06/19/2014) [-]
**karvarausku rolled image** 3/10
#332 - hpboy (06/19/2014) [-]
Girls being fondled/groped on public trains. Is this anywhere near the sterotype you see in anime?
#325 - greenbatman (06/19/2014) [+] (1 reply)
How often are American cartoons, such as Ed Edd n Eddy for example, played on Japanese television?
Also, what US cartoons are popular over there?
#282 - zameckis (06/19/2014) [+] (2 replies)
why do you have to make up your own reality on internet?
#268 - indone (06/19/2014) [-]
Japanese culture is going under thanks to their antinatalism.   
   
They'll have to breed with white's in order to form a stronger race.
Japanese culture is going under thanks to their antinatalism.

They'll have to breed with white's in order to form a stronger race.
#265 - stolenusername (06/19/2014) [-]
Do they realy call non virgins "used goods"?.MFW when it's true
#211 - dontknowmeatall (06/19/2014) [+] (1 reply)
How does the internet work in Japan? Is it the same as western internet? Or is it more like china? And can you torrent, or do you have tot take all your piracy from home?
User avatar #201 - freebrainsforall (06/19/2014) [-]
A good friend of our family married a Japanese person and tried to move there.

It took them a good dozen tries before they found someone willing to rent to a woman who married a foreigner. Even then they basically had to trick the owner, only mentioning it at the last possible minute.

Xenophobia is very much alive there.

I'm not saying most western countries (or my country) are perfect about it but going as far as to blatantly state that you wont rent to someone because they're married to someone foreign is pretty horrid.
#200 - anonymous (06/19/2014) [-]
Only the 1st and 9th were myths....
User avatar #194 - ktwenty ONLINE (06/19/2014) [+] (1 reply)
They have vending machines for porn magazines.you can only buy from them at night tho
#192 - anonymous (06/19/2014) [-]
Number 1 and number 7 are absolute crap... I lived in Japan for 12 years, on the surface they're lovely to everyone, underneath thery're as racist as they come.
User avatar #190 - bestfoxgirl (06/19/2014) [+] (6 replies)
#7 prejudiceD

It will be deleted anyway so I won't bother correcting all of it
#147 - anticitezenone (06/19/2014) [-]
So you were born russian, moved to japan and then america and then possibly back to japan?   
   
I wanna hear about what it's like in russia, or what it was like going from 2 formal ass countries to 						*******					 america
So you were born russian, moved to japan and then america and then possibly back to japan?

I wanna hear about what it's like in russia, or what it was like going from 2 formal ass countries to ******* america
User avatar #146 - YoursTruley (06/19/2014) [-]
i love living here in Japan, so nice
#140 - Orc (06/19/2014) [-]
**Orc rolled image** What do they call what happened at the end of WW2?
#138 - anonymous (06/19/2014) [-]
I would say the while I agree with the majority of the way you've worded your different points- your anime point leaves something to be desired.
Now, I live in Tokyo, so i can't speak for the more rural areas in Japan, but from what I've seen- anime and manga characters are EVERYWHERE. Almost every company has some little character who they use as their mascot. The police station near my house (and police are something that should be taken very seriously in Japan) has statue of astro boy dressed up in a police uniform to welcome. There's a sign on the road near Yoyogi Park that reminds motorcycles to wear a helmet. It's a cartoon of death riding behind a guy saying, "you don't want to see me soon!" These are only examples of very serious matters that I would normal never think to associate cartoons- and yet in Japan- they do. In a professional cooking class(where i was the youngest person by 15 years) we made very popular themed bento boxes. (shown)

Cute characters are everywhere
User avatar #16 - bjornkrage (06/18/2014) [+] (1 reply)
I couldn't find your last comp again, so i'd just like to ask if you have any stories from students that stand out?

My parents are both teachers, although at at an elementary/middle school (in my country they're combined), and i've heard quite a few stories about crazy parents and students.
User avatar #9 - hakurai (06/18/2014) [+] (1 reply)
I've seen less mistakes this time around in the grammar. I've read the description and to be honest languages are not that hard for me. I'm Slovenian and I speak 4 languages fluently and write perfectly in them aswell. You just gotta do your best, even if it ruins your pride or depresses you, it's still something to definitely look at, painful or not. It's how you get better, too. You should really hold your pride back and listen to what everyone says, it helps you learn even if you have pride as an english teacher, you can always learn more. Criticism from others helps too. Because that's the teacher's job, to teach their students the language perfectly without mistakes. But I do understand it's a bit difficult to be perfect in all aspects, you should still do your best. People can be dicks and trolls but that shouldn't really have to end up in you taking down the content. Tell them you screwed up and carry on, giving them a reason on why you screwed up makes people think it's an excuse, which backfires even more. Eitherway, good content.
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