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Japanese Body Language and Gestures By Anastasiya Sidorenko Form 10-A

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Communicating with a Japanese can be very frustrating at times. If the rapport hasn’t been developed, they tend to communicate in brief, but meaningful sentences, and a lot of times can be very ambiguous in their answers or wants. Silence is more integrated in their customs as a form of communication than compared to Western languages. Also, the Japanese tend to be passive resistance. Therefore, it is very important that you understand the Japanese body language.

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Eye Contact Ever notice when making eye contact with a Japanese individual, the individual responds by looking away? Making eye contact is considered rude, leads to uncomfortableness, and can be construed as a sign of aggression. When speaking to or approaching a Japanese individual, make very brief eye contact to signal the individual, but then maintain appropriate eye level, such as the individual’s neck.

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Gestures list of the common and not-so-common body gestures used by the Japanese. Learn these to avoid any confusion and awkward looks when communicating with your Japanese coworker, friend, or stranger!

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Angry Index finders pointing out from head, like horns.

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Asking for forgiveness; Favor, Thanking for a meal Single clapping of the hands in front of the face.

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Awkward; Embarrassed Open-hand behind the head.

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Bragger Clenched first in front of face, with pinky-end out front. Refers to the Tengu’s long nose.

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Brown noser Also known as the sesame grinder. Gesture is the motion of using a pestle and mortar. Shape one hand such as if you are holding the mortar. The other hand shaped like you are grasping a pestle. Make circular motions with your pestle hand.