Things to note when traveling to Japan (Part 4)

Tips Japanese people are very respectful of what they do (sorry you have to mention, even the girls who work in the entertainment industry at night), and almost absolutely do not accept culture tips, so you don’t should show generosity in restaurants, hotels,, etc. because it may hurt their staff. Do not bargain when buying and selling Stores in Japan have a clear price list, NEVER have a bargain or discount. However, in small rural areas, when you buy items

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Things to note when traveling to Japan (Part 3)

Made-in-Japan products are still the best option when buying as gifts. Please also note that there are many Made-in-China products in Japan, but the quality is controlled by the manufacturers so it is completely assured. Some items if you have planned to buy from home such as Milk, functional foods, you can book in advance with the Travel Company for them to buy and transfer to the last hotel together with you, make sure the price is better, and also

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Things to note when traveling to Japan (Part 2)

Currency Should change Yen in your country first is better (because exchange rates are better in Japan). If traveling in Japan, you should not change Vietnamese currency to UD dollar money, and then have to change from USD to Japanese Yen, you will lose the conversion fee 2 times. Refer to Currency in Japan to plan your spending by cash or credit card. Changing money in Japan is not easy to change money, you must go to banks or legal

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