But what makes it special? Is it just the difference in culture? More importantly, can it be taught? Japan is known for its courteous clerks and servers, and keigo is one of the main reasons why. Keigo is the politest form of Japanese that includes words, phrases and conjugations reserved for formal or official situations.
'Good Morning' and Other Common Japanese Greetings
Saying Good Evening in Japanese
Introducing yourself is always important in starting a good relationship with someone: friends, peers, students, co-workers, neighbors, etc. There are some tips to keep in mind when it comes to introducing yourself in Japan, from a cultural perspective. Ready to learn how to introduce yourself and learn Japanese with us? Identifying Yourself.
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