Contact Mailing List
Japan Intercultural Consulting

Home
About JIC
Services
Clients
News & Articles
Events
Blogs
English Skills
Store
Contact Us


Japanese Business Culture Blog

A blog about communications between Japan and other cultures, particularly in business.



JIC Blogs by Author

To read blogs by specific members select from the list below:





Comments

The comment function for this blog is being hosted in our Japan Intercultural Consulting group on LinkedIn. Please join our group and participate in the discussion.



JIC Blogs by Category

To read blogs by specific categories select from the list below:

Book reviews
Business travel to Japan
Foreign firms in Japan
Gaijin in Japan
Human resource management
Japanese business
Japanese companies
Japanese culture
Japanese etiquette
Japanese firms in Africa
Japanese firms in Asia Pacific
Japanese firms in China
Japanese firms in Europe
Japanese firms in India
Japanese firms in Latin America
Japanese firms in N. America
Japanese firms in the Mideast
Japanese management
Japanese manufacturing
Japanese society
Japanese startups
Learning Japanese
Movies
Teambuilding with Japanese
Websites of interest
Working with Japanese


There is a disucssion in the Japan Intercultural Consulting Group on the problem of long working hours in Japanese companies both at home and abroad. Here is the historical background and the cause/solutions to the problem.
[READ MORE...]




The characters used to write my name imply “intimate world” or “world peace”. Through my work experience in Japan, “Down Under,” in the Pacific, and the U. S. mainland, I have learned how the people of different cultures can work together productively.
[READ MORE...]




There have been quite a few articles in the Japanese media recently about "vegetarian" soshokukei Japanese men
[READ MORE...]




Apologies play an important role in meeting Japanese expectations when something goes wrong.
[READ MORE...]




My journey from teenage artist and ukiyoe fan to employee at a Japanese bank in Tokyo, setting the stage for my career in cross-cultural communications.
[READ MORE...]




« < 1 2 3 4 5