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"sayonara" 2008/7/31 07:37
''sayonara'' implies that you don't plan to see the person you are speaking to again for a long time. ''Ja ne'' is better for short-term goodbyes.
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Eating 2008/7/31 08:14
Don't eat or drink anything on inter-city train trips (even though you may see a few young kids do it).

Don't eat or drink while walking (even though...same as the above).
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Intercity means "from city to city" 2008/7/31 13:46
Intercity train trips- do you mean like between Kyoto and Tokyo on he shinkansen? Plenty of Japanese people eat on those trips.

Or do you mean on commuter trains that travel within cities?
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''Intra-'' 2008/8/1 07:22
Sorry, I meant intra-city commuter type trains. Try not ot eat when riding those. On long train trips taking along and eating a bento box lunch on the ride is part of the fun.
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Re: What is rude in Japan? 2012/5/16 06:28
my cock leaving gunk in your genital orifices
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