外国人が思う日本が変えるべき6つの事! Feat. Abroad in Japan!【海外と日本の働き方の違い・英語の勉強方法・文化の違い】

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  1. shadowbanned

    shadowbanned時間 前

    tips; to insure prompt service

  2. Pauldjreadman

    Pauldjreadman3 時間 前

    Just watched this, interesting that there is near zero cheese in Japan.

  3. FlowUrbanFlow

    FlowUrbanFlow4 時間 前

    I love that Chris started with that topic.

  4. anatano siranaihito

    anatano siranaihito6 時間 前

    日本人が働き過ぎ?NO!それは無知って言うもんだ 日本人でも未だにそう思ってる人が多いが、実際は違ってアメリカより労働時間は少ない この前見たデータではアメリカが19位で日本は22位だった 上場企業等の大手では年間240日位しか働いて無いし+有給休暇も有るし、政府が有給休暇を確実に取らせる方向へ進めてる 詰まり、平均すると3日に1日は休みなのだ 俺に言わせれば、資源の無い日本は一生懸命働かないと競争に負けてドンドン沈んで行く 日本が世界第3位の経済大国で居られるのも良く働いたからだ 日本で一番働くのは個人商店の人だ 死ぬまで働く人も多い そうやって店を守り存続して来たから、100年を超える企業が33,000社超有り、2位のドイツの1000社以下に圧倒的な差を付けてる 200年以上でも世界の56%を占める そもそも欧米がそうだから日本もと言う考え方が間違いで、それぞれの国には文化の違いも習慣も国策も違う  ハッキリ言わせて貰えば、薄っぺらい知識で間違った事を世界へ発信するのはアカ~~~ンよ                           おしまい。

  5. riko愛

    riko愛6 時間 前

    1:20 w/ English Auto-Generate Captions on lol

  6. FhargaZ

    FhargaZ7 時間 前

    In my country if you don't take the holidays by year, the company is charged and also you loose your bonus.

  7. ThunderGamingHD

    ThunderGamingHD7 時間 前

    okay so auto-generated captions are drunk again 16:15 "soy d!ck"

  8. JB P

    JB P7 時間 前

    The outdoor thing is good... but every pub in the UK most certainly does not have an outdoor area or patio. I've been to so many that do not. Service in the UK is among the worst in the world that I've ever experienced. The US has it down the best.

  9. delloda

    delloda7 時間 前

    Chris is such a dick but it makes for compelling entertainment.

  10. david barnett

    david barnett8 時間 前

    Add some bud vending machines do a full rec law and I will kove there within a month 🤣😂🤣

  11. Wesley Patterson

    Wesley Patterson9 時間 前

    "I was a waiter at a castle" *God Save The Queen intensifies*

  12. Ali Abdullah

    Ali Abdullah10 時間 前

    6:25 Araragi-san just came to life 😂

  13. Ali Abdullah

    Ali Abdullah10 時間 前

    The laugh translation though 😂

  14. h0len

    h0len13 時間 前

    In Norway we have 5 weeks vacation a year that you have to take, most people get a bit more

  15. HeatherJinmaku

    HeatherJinmaku13 時間 前

    I always love that whenever Chris speaks Nihongo he sounds like a reincarnation of an 500 year old Samurai.

  16. HeatherJinmaku

    HeatherJinmaku13 時間 前

    クリスが日本語を話すときはいつも、彼が500歳のサムライの生まれ変わりのように聞こえるのが大好きです。 Kurisu ga nihongo o hanasu toki wa itsumo, kare ga 500-sai no samurai no umarekawari no yō ni kikoeru no ga daisukidesu.

  17. Will Nguyen

    Will Nguyen15 時間 前

    Sorry, if you don’t shoot, you don’t score is referring to hockey and Gretzky’s quote “you miss 100 percent of the shot you never take”

  18. AlbaTross

    AlbaTross18 時間 前

    I love Japan, but I would add that their draconian education system also ought to be less strict. It probably feeds into the work culture, but although I'm all for people learning responsibility from a young age, I heard from Japanese students that they had almost no time for themselves. Also, I wish I wish it wasn't legal for landlords in Japan to refuse to rent to foreigners. That's a big problem for me as a foreigner.

  19. Ramyam

    Ramyam日 前

    I can't stand the robotic service you feel from Japanese or American stores, it always feel so fake. (from sweden myself and visited both countries for over a month each 5weeks+) Japanese and Americn staff in for example clothes stores are more or less forced to be happy, smile and welcome you like that, and you can deffinetly tell if it's not genuine, sometimes you even notice how they drop the smile to a frown while turning their head somewhere else, in sweden where I'm from store staff are proffesional, and usually give you pretty good service but it doesn't mean they have to wear a fake smile, everyone has good and bad days, you'r not suppose to be rude to costumers, but you don't have to fake a smile either, and it's usually encouraged to engage in personal coversation with customers atleast if it's slightly related to the store goods, to make them feel like induviduals rather then masses you try to press a product onto. I'v been to england too a few times, and I feel they are somewhere inbetween, not the super fake smiles like US / japan, but it deffinetly doesn't seem to be okej to show you'r not having a good day either somehow, but a lot closer to how it is in sweden then compared to the others. Japan is probly the worst though, america still have some personalised conversations at times with customers.

  20. Fabio Stochino

    Fabio Stochino日 前

    I'm already in love..............

  21. JJ Flash

    JJ Flash日 前

    I've lived in NYC my whole Life, and recently went to Tokyo for a couple of weeks. I would give up my Life in NYC in an instant, and live in Tokyo if I could (if I was fluent in Japanese). Please Japan - Your Culture and Practices are overall wonderful. Never pick up the bad habits/practices of the West.

  22. Speckled Beauty Makeda

    Speckled Beauty Makeda7 時間 前

    Yeah NY is... yeah.

  23. greatestgamer00

    greatestgamer00日 前

    When you realize the cute chik from abroad has her own channel. SUB

  24. StrayLately

    StrayLately日 前

    Someone may not realize what kind of things they might want when they get older

  25. JJ Flash

    JJ Flash日 前

    Time to open up a Cheese Shop in Tokyo.

  26. Tá m'árthach foluaineach lán d'eascanna

    Tá m'árthach foluaineach lán d'eascanna日 前

    Im really surprised Chris didnt include smoking in restaurants. It is the worst thing about Japan by far imho.

  27. Gabriel

    Gabriel16 時間 前

    Go to the non smoking area. Done.

  28. captain fatfoot

    captain fatfoot日 前

    Epic

  29. Xeno Zuma

    Xeno Zuma日 前

    Damn you are so beautiful.

  30. megasp

    megasp日 前

    Try and search for a middle eastern market/shop and ask them for hummus. They will either have it or tell you where you can get it.

  31. Neko Matsuri

    Neko Matsuri日 前

    日本人はもともと働くことが生活と一体化していました。その時はストレスもなかったはずです。 しかし、「生活」と「労働」に分かれている欧米の働き方を急激に取り入れたせいで、未だに働き方が下手くそなのです。真面目が美徳であることも悪い方向に作用しています。

  32. Kilravok

    Kilravok日 前

    I wouldn't call the customer service perfect if it is clearly lacking interpersonal friendliness. Sure, western customer service is sorely lacking in diligence and respect, but if I wanted a robotic service, I would give my custom to a vending machine. And it would be wrong to say that western services have fake friendliness because they want tips while Japanese is genuine because they don't get tips regardless. I am pretty sure, a lot of Japanese customer service staff are friendly because they don't want to get fired, not because they are genuinely friendly.

  33. Gabriel

    Gabriel16 時間 前

    Except I don't want a waiter to be my friend.

  34. Nestor Mandela

    Nestor Mandela日 前

    1. Work-Life Balance 2. Cheese 3. Outdoor Area 4. Customer Service 5. Political Trucks 6. English Education

  35. Beth K

    Beth K日 前

    Yes! We need hummus here 👋

  36. Alpha Mike

    Alpha Mike日 前

    Great video Chiaki

  37. Marie Perry

    Marie Perry日 前

    We don’t tip in Australia. We are expected to give good service. Mystery shoppers make Shaw we tick all the boxes like Japanese staff.

  38. Marie Perry

    Marie Perry日 前

    I worked like a Japanese person. I was expected to serve like staff do in Japan.

  39. Marie Perry

    Marie Perry日 前

    I love beer, lol.

  40. Marie Perry

    Marie Perry日 前

    I did that because I was working with young people and felt that was the only way I could be valued as an employee. I felt totally knackered an worn out by the time I retired. The old people were having fun and I was a slave. There has to be a better way.

  41. Trust in Dog

    Trust in Dog日 前

    English class could be watching TV in English and accompanied vocabulary words. It's efficient and fun.

  42. Trust in Dog

    Trust in Dog日 前

    You can read lots of books. Many books are translated into English.

  43. Trust in Dog

    Trust in Dog日 前

    As a politician. Use JPreporter to promote yourself. It's free.

  44. Genji Zero

    Genji Zero日 前

    Japanese stacy

  45. 山田武史

    山田武史日 前

    ハードに働いてお金を稼いでも、忙しくてストレスが溜まり人生に満足できないなら意味ないですもんね 日本は幸福度の低い国ですから、これから改善していかなければいけないと思います。

  46. Souless Deeds

    Souless Deeds日 前

    When they are talking about using vacation days. I was in the US Army for 15 yrs and towards the end of my time in I was called into my company to see my commander. Turns out I had over 90 days of leave built up and I didn't even realize. Since the fiscal quarter was coming up and many of my days over 90 would be lost if I didn't use them my commander ordered me to fill out a leave form and take 30 days leave that day. Lol I didn't even have a plan for those days or any idea what I was going to do with them. I just had to use those days immediately. So I took the 30 days that day and went by work to let my boss know I was as of that moment on leave. He was like WUT? I had to explain it to him because he thought I was full of shit lol. So I took the 30 days and towards the end of that leave period I decided to see if I could slip something past everyone. So I dropped another leave packet for another 30 days and it was approved. So I was now going on 60 days of vacation time. During this time I was also going through a medical evaluation board and I had a surgery coming up. So I asked the Doctor if he could do the surgery a couple days before I was to come off leave. He said no problem and we did the surgery like 4 days before I was supposed to sign back in. After the surgery I was given 30 days of recovery leave. So now I am at 90 days of vacation. The first surgery was to repair the tendons on my right ankle. I needed another surgery to repair my left ankle for the same reason. So before the recovery leave ended I submitted another packet for 2 weeks of leave to go home to see my family. It was approved...... and so I got the Doc to do my 2nd surgery 2 days before I had to sign in again. Again 30 days of recovery leave lol. By the time I had signed back in to go back to work many people thought I had already left the Army and was already Medically discharged because I had been gone for so long. I ended up having 3 surgeries in all and eventually they didn't even ask me to come into the company because of all the medical appointments and such going on. Plus I was on a severe profile because of medical board and injuries I had suffered from my last deployment to Iraq. That medical board took 2.5 years to complete and I think I only was at work maybe two or three months total in days at the actually company. Which was good because I couldn't do anything anyways but also it allowed me to focus on recovering and doing my mountain of medical appointments. That period of time was the biggest time span in my life where I didn't have to be at work and it all started with something trivial like too many days to needed to be used up lol. I still ended up selling back to the Army over 50 days of leave when I was discharged.

  47. skiress123

    skiress123日 前

    Interesting, thanks for sharing

  48. Jerry Bot

    Jerry Bot日 前

    Don't worry, I don't know who any of you two are.

  49. xaroxero

    xaroxero2 日 前

    They make people take holidays so someone else has to look over their work. You have to take at least 2 consecutive weeks off in order to prevent long running embezzlement schemes from being effective.

  50. Tristan Deniet

    Tristan Deniet2 日 前

    Instant anime voice lol

  51. Jeffrey McPeak

    Jeffrey McPeak2 日 前

    #1 i agree. . . enjoy your life while you have it.

  52. Kaitou Robin

    Kaitou Robin2 日 前

    Great Video! Excellent point on learning another language. From a Mexican descent grew up in California i heard some people who believe that you shouldn't teach Hispanic kids English. Despite living in an English speaking country. Something about them losing thier culture or whatnot. Despite that it will hinder there abilities to get into College, More Job opportunities, and able community with people outside the Hispanic community. The more ridiculous part is despite being native English speakers it doesn't make me any less Mexican. It absurd. Sorry for the rant, but when i think proposely hinder people than saying it what good for them, it really upsets me.

  53. antiami

    antiami2 時間 前

    Kaitou Robin the Left is mad. They don’t believe in integration

  54. Ron Summers

    Ron Summers2 日 前

    I find the body language fascinating to watch, for me it says far more about Japanese culture than anything said. No touching, never a definitive yes or no, more compromise and open ended conclusions, interpretation left to the individual. Bit like you have to “take the hint” rather than get instructions.

  55. okonomiyakibancho

    okonomiyakibancho2 日 前

    日本の英語教育は、英語の文章が読めるようになることと 英語が喋れないようにするのが目的です。 喋れないから、英語圏への人材流出が防げる仕組みですw

  56. Matt Seal

    Matt Seal2 日 前

    I love the part about making mistakes, I am in Japan at the moment and have really tried to speak as much Japanese as I can (even though its VERY basic LEVEL) the locals do seem to appreciate it which makes it much easier to continue trying. I love this country.

  57. yasuhio toyoda

    yasuhio toyoda2 日 前

    チーズはドミノピザのダブルトッピングでも足りないのかな?(-.-;)めちゃチーズて時はするけど次の日後悔、、、チーズオンリーでたくさん食べるの想像つかないよ、、(´×ω×`) クリスをビアガーデン連れてってあげなよ~笑

  58. The Winter Adventures

    The Winter Adventures2 日 前

    Living in Japan, I definitely agree about the cheese! Definitely need more cheese here.

  59. JustSaiyanSteve

    JustSaiyanSteve2 日 前

    Hey its that chris guy.

  60. I N F 1 N I 7 Y

    I N F 1 N I 7 Y2 日 前

    i love Chiaki, i wish more people were as sweet & kind ^^

  61. I N F 1 N I 7 Y

    I N F 1 N I 7 Y17 分 前

    seriously... all u needed to say was sub.

  62. I N F 1 N I 7 Y

    I N F 1 N I 7 Y19 分 前

    i guess Chiaki didn't realize i've been in love with her for years ^^.., oh well, soon i'll delete myself.

  63. JohnnyWadd

    JohnnyWadd2 日 前

    The answer to the airplane question is 250 planes to get to 100000 people

  64. Nienna Surion

    Nienna Surion3 日 前

    I agree ^^ good video!

  65. Keegan

    Keegan3 日 前

    The overworking is something that has scared me away from moving to Japan. I think this is something which is really hard on people, but is very ingrained in the culture so is like a bad habit for the country which is hard to break. I have heard it is common for people to fall asleep involuntarily due to exhaustion, and sometimes people even die because their bodies fail, or develop mental illnesses, some which cause the person to commit suicide because of it. This sounds like an impossible life. I like many things about Japanese culture and society, but this one thing I believe should change, so that people can enjoy their lives there!

  66. Gf

    Gf3 日 前

    copyright strike @ john williams

  67. cygnetseven

    cygnetseven3 日 前

    Cider, cheese and hummus are the beginning of a perfect party! Love your chats!

  68. Calruxio

    Calruxio3 日 前

    A lack of cheese and cider? This sounds like a business venture. :D