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Their are roughly 100 of Gestures that Japanese people are using to communicate with friends, college and more. These Gestures are commonly used by the western country as well. We are going to show you the most common Gesture that are widely used by the Japanese to Communicate with each other. – PowerPoint PPT presentation

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Title: Top 5 Widely Used Japanese Gesture need to Learn


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Top 5 Japanese Gesture
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1. Counting
It was the Most important Gesture you will
Confused on that because Japanese follow just
opposite to the western. If Thumb is bent and
other is straight that indicate One. If thumb
and Finger bent its Indicate Two. If all the
Fingers and thumb are Bent it will Indicate
Five.
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2. Indirectly Saying No
When you talk with Japanese and in may situation
they say clearly no but in some situation they
hesitate to say no then they are using gesture.
For Example If service provider can not
accommodate your request and they didnt denied
directly then they are using body gesture
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3. Greeting Goodbyes
Its not customary for the Japanese people to
shake hand or kiss on the chicks to Greet. Its
most common to see the little bow and share their
business card especially they meeting for the 1st
time for the business purpose or attending formal
occasions.
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4. Referring To Ones Self
In the mid Conversation it will often happen that
some Japanese put their Forefinger to their nose
that indicate I. Spouse if you are looking for
the help and discuses this situation with your
Japanese friends and if They put their
forefingers finger on their None it will indicate
they will help you or he is the person those can
solve your problems.
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5. Beckoning Someone Forward
When you standing in a line and asked to move
forward then you will see the beckoning movement.
This Gesture will indicate you to move away.
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