Maid cafés are a subcategory of cosplay restaurants found predominantly in Japan. Waitresses dressed in maid costumes act as servants, and treat customers as masters and mistresses in a private home, rather than as café patrons. If you’re interested in working at a maid cafe in Japan, I hope this video will help you understand what it is like actually.
============================================= Special thanks to @home cafe to let me interview the maids. Check it out if you’re interested in going there:
============================================= Also, special thanks to my friend, Daichi to help me film this video. He's currently looking for a roommate for his share house. Check it out if you want to know the details: https://www.facebook.com/da...
NOBI LESSON is an online course for Japanese learners I've created recently. I strong believe that Japanese language skill will help you have a great time in Japan. Your chance of being successful in Japan is going to be significantly higher if you speak Japanese even just a little bit.
In Japan the elderly are generally treated with the utmost respect. Many Japanese families have several generations living under one roof. And getting to know about them will help you understand Japanese culture more.
There are a lot of information about Japanese girls, but much less about Japanese men. Why not? If you want to get to know how Japanese men actually think and behave, you need to watch these videos. Find Your Love in Japan!
They say sexual activity and interest has been declining in Japan for years. In fact, I often hear, "Japanese people don't have sex! They just work all day!!" Maybe it's true since Japan has one of the lowest birth rates in the world and its population is on course to shrink dramatically by the middle of the century, every five years the government carries out a detailed survey of attitudes to sex and marriage. But, I'm not sure the reality. Let's find out!
I'm really curious about the opinions of Non-Japanese, like how they like about Japan, how they actually feel about Japanese people or something like that. My English is not super good, but I don't care about language barrier at all!
I Love Japanese people~(^o^)!! I'm curious how they feel about non-Japanese people, dating, love and Japan. If you wanna come to Japan, you gotta know Japanese people! (Their thoughts, ideas, belief, stuff like that.
Having said that, honestly it's more difficult to ask interview to Japanese than non Japanese. Because Japanese are conservative and shy generally. So, Some people are not cooperative and just ignore me.
But some people are so kind and we enjoy talking a lot!! More importantly, I'm getting open and friendly person by doing this!!