Contrary to what many men believe, all women world-wide do not act exactly the same way in romantic relationships.What may be correct behavior for a Western woman to do in a relationship could possibly be rude, embarrassing, or both to a Japanese woman.The sleeping quarters are small capsules that are not much bigger than a coffin, and the beds are stacked side by side and on top of one another.The concept has been around in Japan since the 1970s, but it has begun to spread to a few other countries around the world."There is a tolerance that if the person next to you falls asleep and their head kind of lands on your shoulder, people just put up with it," Sandra Barron told CNN."That happens a lot." It is customary to change into slippers when entering a Japanese home, a traditional restaurant, temples, and sometimes museums and art galleries, according to Rough Guides.
There are just a few exceptions to this rule, including the fact that it is OK to eat an ice-cream cone on the street.
If you simply must blow your nose, it is recommended that you do so as discreetly as possible.
The Japanese are also repelled by the idea of a handkerchief.
Slurping is considered polite in Japan because it shows that you are enjoying your delicious noodles — in fact, if you don't eat loudly enough, it can be mistaken as you not enjoying your food.
Slurping noodles is not entirely for the sake of politeness, but also to avoid having a burnt tongue.