Two men bowing to eachother is a sign of Japanese Etiquette.
A woman and man bowing to eachother is a sign of Japanese Business Etiquette
Japanese business cards are always presented with two hands
Japanese business cardsa are a critical part of Japanese Etiquette.
Conservative yet classy attire is always a part of Japanese business etiquette.
Using chop sticks is a requirement when dinning with your Japanese hosts.
Women should wear a dark conservative attire for business affairs.
Women should wear a dark conservative attire for business affairs.
Karaoke bars are a common setting for after work social interaction.
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Translated Japanese business cards or Japamese bilingual business cards are a vital part of Japanese business etiquette. They are a minimum requirement for anyone who traveling to Japan to do business. Make no mistake, you are expected to have translated business cards when you travel to Japan for business and not having them considered disrespectful to your Japanese host.
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