Blue means Green in Japan !?
There are 10 of interesting information about Japan.
1 : Instead of leaflets, free pocket tissues are distributed in streets. You don’t need to buy tissues here!
2 : Exactly one month after valentines day (March 14) is White Day, when boys buy girls white chocolate.
3 : Toilets are full of technology. It sprays water, plays music, so that you can hide all the unwanted sounds.
4 : Vending machines are so advanced that it uses camera to analyze your dress code to even recommend you drinks.
5 : Slurping noodles or making loud noises while eating is OK! In fact, slurping food like ramen is polite!
6 : There is no tipping in any situation in Japan. To tip someone is actually a little insulting.
7 : Masks are commonly used by salarymen, office ladies etc to protect other people from their germs.
8 : Bath is used after you have washed and feel like soaking in hot water for 10-30 mins. Can be very relaxing.
9 : On Valentine’s Day, only girls buy boys chocolate. Boys buy girls nothing. Sorry, that’s just the way it is.
10 : In Japanese, “green” traffic light is called “blue” The word 青 originally comprised both blue and green.