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. BlazinNSoul

    BlazinNSoul8 時間 前

    You may mistake Chris for Captain Jack Sparrow. You wouldn't be the first here. Because Chris is actually his doppelganger, just saying. :b

  2. Nikola Lazarevic

    Nikola Lazarevic17 時間 前

    9:55 Are those really gangsters walking around?

  3. digigarb

    digigarb22 時間 前

    7:46 My Japanese mother in law's ring tone on my phone is the imperial march! lol

  4. Cory Eis

    Cory Eis日 前

    When will they start dating?

  5. İsmail Ata Aşan

    İsmail Ata Aşan日 前

    im not sure but the reason indians can speak english very good is not that they practice a lot :D i thought they were a british colony for quite some time

  6. usagiprincess

    usagiprincess日 前

    VIP de BIG

  7. Sophie Anjuli

    Sophie Anjuli日 前

    I love you two in videos together! You have good chemistry!

  8. RuyLopezQB6

    RuyLopezQB6日 前

    1. work life balance 2. more cheeses 3. outdoor area 4. customer service 5. political trucks 6. English conversation

  9. Terr-E

    Terr-E日 前

    23:50 The view count for this video is currently 406,899. Imagine that would be as if every man, woman and child in the entire city of Hirakata, Osaka would have watched this video. Quite incomprehensible if you ask me…

  10. BlazinNSoul

    BlazinNSoul8 時間 前

    It would break the internet perhaps lol. 🤔

  11. MintySoda

    MintySoda日 前

    I'm a Japanese raised mostly in US and the culture difference does feel weird sometimes living in Japan.

  12. Ermhs Parasoidis

    Ermhs Parasoidis日 前

    8:20 well that even more easier to change than the first one , Japanese farmers in rural japan just have to make more more cheese , simple enough ! It's literally more money for them !

  13. Faith Lapointe

    Faith Lapointe2 日 前

    I moved from Canada to England last year and I was shocked to hear some of the van noises. I get woken up to "we take your scrap metal free of charge" and I'm like dude why would I give you my metal goods when u go around shouting about it.

  14. Travis Lackey

    Travis Lackey2 日 前

    After listening to the section about English Education in Japan, it made me wonder if there is a discord channel or something where native English speakers and people wanting to work on their conversational skills in English could voice chat together. Is this a thing? Should it be?

  15. Tai Syn

    Tai Syn2 日 前

    Sadly forcing them to take holidays won't solve it. They will simply do 1 day a month. Should force them to take at minimum 5 days off in a row. Sadly they will still probably do what my wife's company did. They put down that they took vacation but they were actually at work those days. Wife told me before if she took more than 3 days off in a row she would lose her job. Also, due to staying so late she and her coworkers racked up overtime but they would only claim about 20% of the overtime hours(she had 100 hours in December but only claimed 20) they worked because if they claimed them all they would have to go to a mandatory psychiatrist (government law for overtime) and that would look bad on the company. After learning all that, the suicides are not surprising anymore.

  16. James Wallace

    James Wallace3 日 前

    The tip thing isn’t that big of a thing in the us If you don’t tip It’s not generally going to lend itself to an awkward situation

  17. The Reclusiarch

    The Reclusiarch3 日 前

    Is there a program where volunteers like foreign high schools with japanese classes where they could share talk via VoIP with japanese highschoolers in english club? That would be a great educational and social help to both students.

  18. Jhon Candia

    Jhon Candia3 日 前

    Nobody is gonna talk of how beautiful is she?

  19. Malone Masina

    Malone Masina3 日 前

    17:38 Pretending to cough and hope for some mouth to mouth resuscitation :D :D :D :D :D

  20. ThroatSore

    ThroatSore3 日 前

    We love Homous. 😊😊🤘🏽🤘🏽

  21. M M

    M M3 日 前

    クリスとちあきの会話最高‼️またやってほしい。

  22. Atheist Biologist

    Atheist Biologist3 日 前

    As an American, it's so weird to hear people say they don't like tipping. I tip generously to get a reputation as a big tipper, so that when I go to a place I'm treated like a VIP. It also makes it so much more of a big deal when someone does give you bad service, the lack of a tip from someone known to be a big tipper is quite a statement. I don't mind spending the little bit of extra money. My average tip is about 20% of the ticket, and a tip for great service will go to 25-30%. Maybe it's an affluence thing.

  23. JF Fish

    JF Fish4 日 前

    WHY would you want other to change?

  24. Sor Thao

    Sor Thao4 日 前

    Shoot imma thug so that 21 days vacation is really going to be like 42 days for me.

  25. Sharisflips

    Sharisflips4 日 前

    Nothing... Dont change.

  26. Andreas V

    Andreas V4 日 前

    Maybe lack of cheese is good for health 🙄☺️

  27. Mark Nippress

    Mark Nippress4 日 前

    If you were a politician Chiaki, I would vote for you. I am a sucker for a pretty face and you are stunning.

  28. †omdeArgentinA

    †omdeArgentinA4 日 前

    What an interesting exchange, Chiaki uses english in the most interesting japanese way. That's very expressive so to speak.

  29. Jeremiash Dela Cruz

    Jeremiash Dela Cruz4 日 前

    Customer Service (*Rolls Eyes*) it's the worst that I have ever experienced.

  30. md

    md4 日 前

    Funny thing I over heard once. A Japanese guy talking with a Thai guy in broken English. Still kind of worked. English is a language which is very forgiving of mistakes. In fact there are entire forms of comedy based on making mistakes in English.

  31. vitali

    vitali5 日 前

    She sounds so British! 😂

  32. Ionica Crilia

    Ionica Crilia5 日 前

    I love japan i love you re video :)

  33. Νίκος Μπαμπαλιάρης

    Νίκος Μπαμπαλιάρης5 日 前

    I will try to write Japan in Hiragana: にほん

  34. Zyphera

    Zyphera5 日 前

    She is adorable!

  35. Natsuki Masamune

    Natsuki Masamune5 日 前

    Chiaki is a very sweet person and chris talks alot! Great points were made! Very cool Video! Keep up being great, both of you!

  36. okio

    okio6 日 前

    You don't want outdoor areas! I live in Israel and people use the outdoors to smoke. The smoke enters indoors. So nope. I think outdoors should be abolished.

  37. continuous HUNGRY

    continuous HUNGRY6 日 前

    Taima (marijuana) should be legal!

  38. SIG442

    SIG4426 日 前

    No cheese? Blasphemous! As being Dutch I require cheese! But seriously, cheese should be on the menu. Just not in large quantities as it does have the properties to work badly on the body if you eat too much. And dairy product has that for that matter. Americans love tips, anyone else wouldn't mind to receive a tip but isn't waiting for it, in many Asian countries you are not even allowed to tip at all. I personally find tipping rather silly, have the employer deal with a decent wage instead of bothering the customers with begging for money. It's the employer who needs to make sure the staff is payed properly, not the customer. Those political trucks need to be banned indeed, makes no sense and it's bothering everyone instead of doing something positive. Yes just as Chris said it may be cheaper, but I rather think that isn't the problem for the people living in the neighborhoods that they do this in. You are intentionally making a lot of noise bothering people which is very much against the normal Japanese standard of trying to not be a bother to others. So yes these need to be banned. English would be a huge factor in Japan, it would indeed be a huge plus for anyone to learn it as it would open a lot of doors that would otherwise remain closed. Most countries apply English on their signs, websites and other official capacities which would make it damn handy to know what it says. Also most people online know English which makes it easier to communicate with each other. Another few options for mostly younger generations, social media is often in English, video games are most often in English and you would understand the jokes that are being made a lot easier as you won't understand the tiny details if you don't speak English. For the writing vs speaking, well Japanese is a lot different from English. So if you only learn to write a language you will not understand how to pronounce things or how to make proper sentences. This is why you had those difficulties Chiaki, a problem caused by the education system not giving you proper tools to do the job. In this case English and actually being able to speak it without having to think about what you need to say or how you need to say it. This is also for that matter visible in the Asian clothing industry where they slap any kind of English text on it and have no idea what it actually means. Which could end up being hilarious but also very harmful for the user of that clothing piece. I mean, if it's a laughable matter no one really would feel bad about it. But there are texts out there that could seriously harm your self esteem or even reputation. Something I found out, but not sure if that is indeed true. It seems that there is always a Japanese teacher in the same class room who you need to obey, meaning proper English is not given as this Japanese teacher always falls back on movies and what he learned from other media sources. Due to not wanting to look bad they often kick you down in saying you are a bad person for teaching the students bad English. It doesn't make things easier for students if this typical work ethic is being added to even classes which makes no sense and doesn't help anyone. Including the Japanese teacher who will end up destroying the futures of his students by thinking he needs to follow the Japanese way of " I am older (or longer here) then you so you must listen to me". What Chris said about learning by making mistakes is very much true, you can't learn properly if you don't make mistakes. Hong Kong was under British rule for a very long time, of course they speak English. For India this also counts to some degree. India still keeps it in high regard to teach their students English properly as they see the benefits and do not want to be left out. I think it is more surprisingly that Thailand is recently very pro learning English, this might be because of the western tourists or even the soldiers coming to Thailand. But it surprised me that so many Thai people spoke pretty decent English and really do wish to learn. I been viewing some online classes just to peek in and see what they would learn, but I do have to say I am impressed. You still need to correct them here and there, but their English learning system is far more advanced then what Japan has and they do it from their living rooms!

  39. J O

    J O6 日 前

    I would change the amount of Ijime (bullying) that occurs in the workplace and school. It's bullshit. Everyone has to follow rules and be respectful, but if you are being singled out and retaliate, you lose face. So anyone can be put in a damned if you do, damned if you don't situation. Cut that out. No working adults who has to put work above their life should have to deal with bullshit at work.

  40. Dave - 0800 Shearer

    Dave - 0800 Shearer6 日 前

    Speaking of Hummus, it can either be made from chickpeas or garbanzo beans. And the difference? Well I've never let a garbanzo bean on me...

  41. russell schaeffler

    russell schaeffler6 日 前

    Was the older woman's last name Bucket, pronounced "Bouquet"? The one working in the Castle, by any chance?

  42. Mike Browski

    Mike Browski7 日 前

    Subbed becaues of Chris nice to meet you Chiaki

  43. lelwut

    lelwut7 日 前

    Me in the UK: making my usual witty remarks at the weird sasuage/chicken cod bites place (seriously, what is it called?), after several days I FINALLY get a chuckle from the always grumpy lady. Next day, she greets me from waaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaay far away, asking if I want my usual stuff. Then she notices there aren't any made, so she just pops in a double dose for me. Thank you, lady! our short but fun convos were always the best part of my shitty workdays. :D

  44. lelwut

    lelwut7 日 前

    5:56 - uh, you mean stole and ever since then it's been in the hands of the CIA XD

  45. noh1ro

    noh1ro7 日 前

    ①働き方 ②チーズの量 落差で笑った。

  46. HardcoreGrady

    HardcoreGrady7 日 前

    13:05 As a delivery driver in the US, I can assure you that tipping is not necessary. However, it is seen as very rude to not tip. Also, keep in mind that tipping is taken into account by the employer. This means we are paid below the lawful minimum wage and rely on tips to make a decent living. It can be quite maddening when you get a large order and are not tipped because it directly affects your quality of life. Anyway, this is a great video! I'm going to check out your other ones!

  47. Philly Delphia

    Philly Delphia8 日 前

    She is a fucking hottie!!!!

  48. ringoaikocascade

    ringoaikocascade8 日 前

    More cheese though!!!

  49. TrIII Finity

    TrIII Finity8 日 前

    Chris has that Jonny Depp look the know hahaa

  50. John coughlan

    John coughlan9 日 前

    JPreporter is becoming saturated by copycats,its just becoming all so boring now,most youtubers just copying each other.

  51. Eikichigai (Billy Woolfolk)

    Eikichigai (Billy Woolfolk)9 日 前

    Ohhh noooo. I was planning on retiring to Japan in a few years, but I had forgotten about the lack of cheese. Now I might have to re-think my plans.

  52. Best Mario Game Clips

    Best Mario Game Clips10 日 前

    My voice also tends to go lower when I speak Japanese, although if there are certain tones or ways of saying a sentence, my voice might get higher. It also does it when I speak Korean, Chinese, French, Italian, German, and Spanish lol

  53. lelwut

    lelwut7 日 前

    For me it's the opposite. My voice gets super high when I use jap. Mostly because only the teacher was a dude, guys in my group in uni were mumbling retards, and the "helpers" (wives and such who had nothing to do at home all day came to our classes) were... well, all females. :P So I kinda adopted their way of speech.

  54. Livvy

    Livvy10 日 前

    My dad went for an interview at a Japanese construction company for a management position when he was 38 and the interviewer literally said "no you're too young." He got the job in the end (as he had plenty of management experience) and worked with them for years. Now he's 60 and he referred to a colleague in his thirties as "a young kid" so I reminded him of this

  55. ΤΛJ Sid

    ΤΛJ Sid10 日 前

    0:42 funny af.

  56. wristcontr0l

    wristcontr0l10 日 前

    That kitchen looks EXTREMELY familiar... did you guys shoot this in Canary Wharf?

  57. V_

    V_10 日 前

    I miss having casual convo on daily basis everything so tense and formal even with your coworker in japan 😢

  58. lelwut

    lelwut7 日 前

    You gotsa get an awesome friend. I'm super lucky because my 3 jap friends are all super frank and hilarious. :O Though it's still funny to me how they would all give the same answer to a question, but in 3 completely different styles. :D One would flat out say the bare minimum (while still funny when needed). One would be somewhere between that and a normal sentence, but the tone is super "haaahaaa I'm taking the piss!"-ish :D And one is always EXTREMELY polite and says everything beautifully, even if she's full-on making fun of me. x) Try to go to some events where people with similar hobbies go to. You're bound to find someone who's just as much of a wacko as you are. ;)

  59. The Hat

    The Hat11 日 前

    Chiaki is so beautiful.

  60. Sam Hall

    Sam Hall11 日 前

    I remember seeing a video talking about how people in the US compared to the UK tend to take less holiday, someone in the comments said 'because in the US we don't hate our jobs', my response was 'speak for yourself', we don't all get to be tasters at the ice cream factory, most of us have to work jobs we don't want to work in or else those jobs won't get done, and people like him would moan and complain that he can't find anyone to clean his house or look after his wife whilst he is away on 'business trips'.

  61. goeast12

    goeast1212 日 前

    She is so cute and charming my heart would be thumping like crazy when talking to her.

  62. Ant Vaz

    Ant Vaz13 日 前

    1:21 with English subtitles...

  63. Michael T

    Michael T14 日 前

    01:20 wow. Those subtitles JPreporter. Just wow.