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RE: You always need ____ in Japan.

Postby TsukimiyaAyu » Wed 05.16.2007 11:29 pm

A visa if you plan to work.
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RE: You always need ____ in Japan.

Postby shiohigari » Thu 05.17.2007 1:58 am

You'll need are lots of money, coz it's soooooo expensive there. A few other things you'll need are a dictionary, maps in English (or your native language) are essential unless you can read Kanjis of place names, and I've always found it useful to have a stash of lollies and chocolates from home, coz I find the Japanese ones to be too sweet (except Pocky which is Yummmmm!).
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RE: You always need ____ in Japan.

Postby TsukimiyaAyu » Thu 05.17.2007 6:07 am

No wonder nihonjin have bad teeth!
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RE: You always need ____ in Japan.

Postby Hatori » Thu 05.17.2007 11:31 pm

lalaith wrote:
Hatori wrote:
I heard that they sometimes pass out tissues in public places a lot. There's something I want to say about the tissues in Japan, but I totally forgot. I think it's for extra sanitation

I read somewhere you need the tissues cause the bathrooms don't always have toilet paper.


YEAH! That's what I meant!! I knew there was a reason behind WHY there are just so many tissues and all, but I forgot about the bathrooms having no toilet paper usually. Thanks for mentioning that because otherwise I'd get mad and frustraited for days until I found out. :P
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RE: You always need ____ in Japan.

Postby Aki_4 » Mon 10.22.2007 8:52 pm

MP3 player for the train rides and long walks everywhere!
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