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  1. VirtualGIE JAPAN Tokyo Kyoto Nagoya Japan Chapel Hill Osaka Sushi Sumo Mt. Fuji Geisha http://www.youtube.com/visitjapan

  2. Pre Departure Class • Regional Facts • 2. Japanese People • 3. Japanese Society • 4. Business Etiquette Agenda Region Japanese Society Etiquette

  3. Location Most of Japanese regions have four seasons Agenda Region Japanese Society Manner

  4. Japan and neighbors Russia China North Korea South Korea Tokyo ● Japan Agenda Region Japanese Society Manner

  5. Demographic Half of the Japanese live in three major metropolitan areas LA NY Chicago Other Osaka/Kyoto Nagoya Tokyo Other • Source: National Census 50% (millions) Agenda Region Japanese Society Manner

  6. Who lives in Japan? Ethnic groups breakdown • Source: CIA The World Factbook Agenda Region Japanese Society Manner

  7. Resources/ Industry • Natural resources: negligible • Import Oil, Coal, and others • Invested in technology • Manufacturing companies have developed, especially in • Electronics • Automobile Agenda Region Japanese Society Manner

  8. “Cultural Dimensions” (Hofstede) Characteristics of the Japanese “Collectivist culture, Long-Term Orientation, Uncertainty Avoidance” Source: Hofstede (1993) Agenda Region Japanese Society Etiquette

  9. Average life expectancy • – Male: 78, Female: 85 ( U.S Male:74, Female:79) • Aging population and declining birthrate • – escalating the load on the social security system • – dampening economic activity Japanese Society 1 Agenda Region Society Japanese Etiquette

  10. Seniority system • Lifetime employment • Nomi-nication : Nomi=Drink • ( Communication over drink ) Japanese Society 2 Agenda Region Society Japanese Etiquette

  11. Japanese Business Etiquette Agenda Region Japanese Society Etiquette

  12. Weird? Why? • Japanese Hierarchy -age & status • Non-verbal communication -spoken words < non verbal messages Agenda Region Japanese Society Etiquette

  13. Tip on Business Etiquette ‘Show’ your respect! Agenda Region Japanese Society Etiquette

  14. Example 1Bowing Nice to see you! Howdy! The deeper you bow, the more respect you can show I apologize for…… 30 degree bow 45 degree bow 15 degree bow Agenda Region Japanese Society Etiquette

  15. Example 2Seating position • If you visit client with your boss, you should sit…… Car Elevator Meeting Room 1 D You 1 2 1 2 2 Table 3 You 3 You You 2 1 Cafe Door Agenda Region Japanese Society Etiquette

  16. Let’s practice Business Card Exchange! Mission: Give agood impression to Mr. Yamada (President of Toyota) Agenda Region Japanese Society Etiquette

  17. Three Steps for Success Step 1: Exchange cards with two hands Step2: Bow at 30 degree and sit down Step 3: Say something about the person or company (Something flattering about him is preferable) Agenda Region Japanese Society Etiquette

  18. Welcome to Japan! Japan Chapel Hill

  19. Welcome toTokyo

  20. Today’s Schedule 9:00 am - 1:00 pm 1:00 pm - 4:00 pm 4:00 pm - 6:00 pm Sight Seeing Company Visit Cultural Activity

  21. About Tokyo Area: 2,187.58km2 (<Rhode Island) Population: 14,977,580 Special Municipalities (23 wards) Central Part of Tokyo General Information Sight Seeing Company Visit Cultural Activity

  22. Railway Network • Primary mode of transportation in Tokyo • 13 subway lines • More than 10 private railway companies Yamanote Line≒ Central Part of Tokyo (= Manhattan area) Shinjyuku Marunouchi ≒ SpecialMunicipalities Shibuya Traditional Areas Roppongi http://jp.youtube.com/watch?v=ikV6l7SNN0o General Information Sight Seeing Company Visit Cultural Activity

  23. Shinjyuku • Commercial and administrative center • ShinjyukuStation – Main transportation hub Shinjyuku Skyline Shinjyuku Station Metropolitan Governmental Building KrispyKreme Shinjyuku Isetan General Information Sight Seeing Company Visit Cultural Activity

  24. Shibuya Hachi-kou Shibuya Station Shibuya 109 • Heart of Japanese pop culture! Center Gai Shibuya Mark City General Information Sight Seeing Company Visit Cultural Activity

  25. Roppongi Roppongi Hills Tokyo Midtown General Information Sight Seeing Company Visit Cultural Activity

  26. Traditional Areas Tsukiji Fish Market Ginza Kabukiza AsakusaSensouji General Information Sight Seeing Company Visit Cultural Activity

  27. Marunouchi Around the Tokyo station: Marunouchi area (West) Yaesu area (East) Ginza area (South) Kasumigaseki area (South West) Nihonbashi area (North) General Information Sight Seeing Company Visit Cultural Activity

  28. Company visit Bank of Japan Central bank of Japan Member of G7 Governor Masaaki Shirakawa (白川 方明) Japanese Bernanke ? Former Governor Toshihiko Fukui (福井 俊彦) Japanese Greenspan? General Information Sight Seeing Company Visit Cultural Activity

  29. Company visit Sony Corporation One of world’s largest electronics manufacturers US subsidiaries: Sony Corporation of America (NY) Sony Computer Entertainment America Inc. (CA) Sales (2008): 100 billion dollars # of employees : 180,500 General Information Sight Seeing Company Visit Cultural Activity

  30. Company visit Mitsubishi UFJ Financial Group One of the biggest banks in Japan 20% shareholder of Morgan Stanley Market Capital (2.4.2009): 57 billion dollars # of employees : 78,302 General Information Sight Seeing Company Visit Cultural Activity

  31. Sumo • National Sport of Japan • 6 Grand Sumo Tournaments annually • Three in Tokyo (Jan., May and Sep.) • One in Osaka(Mar.), Nagoya(Jul.) and Fukuoka(Nov.) • Tournament runs for 15 days • Current Yokozunas (Top ranked Sumo wrestlers) • Hakuho and Asashoryu (both from Mongolia) http://jp.youtube.com/watch?v=UxhKb-zZoWE (from National Geographic) General Information Sight Seeing Company Visit Cultural Activity

  32. Tokyoto NAGOYA Tokyo Kyoto Nagoya Osaka Tokyo to Nagoya: 230 mile Chapel Hill to Asheville: 221 mile D.C. : 268 mile / 1h 36min (by Shinkansen) / 3h 35min (by car) / 4h 30min (by car)

  33. Shinkansen • The world’s first “bullet train”(since 1964) • Fast & Convenient • Speed: 170 miles/hour (max) • Frequency: 13 trains/hour (peak) • Extremely reliable • Fatal accident:never • Average delay: 6 seconds!!

  34. Welcome to Nagoya

  35. Today's Schedule 9:00 am - 1:00 pm Sightseeing 1:00 pm - 3:00 pm Company Visit 3:00 pm - Excursion to Shirakawa-go Hotel: Minshuku (Japanese Inn)

  36. Some History… • Birthplace of “Three Great Samurais” Tokugawa period 1603~1868 Ieyasu Tokugawa 1543~1616 Hideyoshi Toyotomi 1537~1598 Nobunaga Oda 1534~1582 Nagoya Castle Tokugawa Art Museum Kin-shachi golden tiger-headed dolphins

  37. Industrial Area • #1 among 3 largest industrial area in Japan • changed from textile to automobile 2007年 工業統計調査より

  38. Nagoya Port

  39. Toyota Motor Co. TOYOTA Group ? 豊田章男 ? automatic loom (1929) ? Toyoda Model AA sedan (1935) -> Toyota Motor Co. (1937) ? ? Plug-in HV http://www.toyota.co.jp/jp/video_library/tech/index.html Robot i-Real

  40. Shirakawa-go UNESCO World Heritage Site (since 1995) • “Gassho-zukuri” style architecture, steep slanting thatched roof • Adopted to heavy snowfalls • Eco-house • Cooling by vaporization heat • Raising silkworms in attic

  41. Shirakawa-go Manual loom Irori, fireplace loom experience bedroom

  42. Good Night・・・

  43. Nagoyato KYOTO Tokyo Kyoto Nagoya Osaka 93 mile / 44min

  44. Welcome toKYOTO

  45. 794 AD Former Capital of Japan 794 AD – 1868 AD “Historic City” KYOTO 1868 AD Relocation of the Capital Kyoto  Tokyo Present Culture # National Treasure: 169 # Important Cultural Asset: 1,629 Tourism # Tourists: 50 M / year

  46. Today’s Schedule 8:00 am - 1:00 pm 1:00 pm - 6:00 pm 6:00 pm - 9:00 pm Hotel: TAWARA-YA Sight Seeing Company Visit Dinner

  47. One thing you should remember … N Kyoto City Map Naming Rule North ~ South: Number + “jou” (= street) 2-jou (2nd St.) 3-jou (3rd St.) 4-jou (4th St.) 5-jou (5th St.) 7-jou (7th St.) West ~ East: OO Street Kawara-machi St. Sight Seeing Company Visit Dinner

  48. Summer Built in 1397 Kinkaku-ji temple Thick gold leaf ! 20 kg (44.1 LB) Spring Fall Winter Four different faces Sight Seeing Company Visit Dinner Web Camera  http://www.shokoku-ji.or.jp/kinkakuji/webcam/index.html

  49. Machi-ya = Kyoto’s traditional townhouse More than 200 years old ! Kimono Nishijin-ori (textile) Machi-ya Business Hair Salon Rental house Cafe Restaurant Sight Seeing Company Visit Dinner

  50. Maiko (= Dance child): Apprentice Geisha Okiya = lodging house for maikos Geisha “Don’t Follow Maikosin the Street” Kyoto city website Sight Seeing Company Visit Dinner