How Millennial’s are Changing Traditions in Japan

In Japan there are some traditions that will never be broken whether it is in business or religion however western culture has been making a substantial impact on the culture of the Japanese people. Many people from all around the world have realized that within Japanese culture there are values that have started to carry over into many other cultures whether it’s Waygu beef or Anime. There are also many things including online gaming which was once frowned upon and still is in some sense but many Japanese people choose to gamble. Asians are either huge gamblers or highly against it. There is usually no inbetween.

Online Gaming

While there are beautiful casinos in Japan many choose to play the online casinos in Japan. Like I said before either your for it or against it but it’s there now and not going anywhere. The more it evolves the safer it is to trust the casino’s with your money. Payouts are always the priority and you should know your payout options as well as the estimated time it take for you to receive it. There are great sites out there that will let you know the in’s and out’s of each online casino along with user reviews. There are very unique games in Japan which is makes it worth it to try out.

Business

Japan has had a set way of how an office works and each person will receive a list of tasks to do each day in order to keep the office clean because most companies do not have cleaning crews. Now that Wework and other similar companies are coming into Japan the traditions are starting to get broken and become more lenient.

Food

It seems like fad’s are coming out of Japan every day. Back in the 90’s there was a large group of people that adopted the traditional way of eating by having Miso soup, or mochi for breakfast. Now that we are reaching a new decade Waygu beef has been such a large import because everyone and there friends want to have it. Waygu beef is a unique beef that is hand raised and fed to create a fatty, tender meat that is unmatched to any other style of beef. There are restaurants becoming famous for it. Of course Tuna is still, and will always be the biggest import because everyone loves Sushi.

Many people from all around the world have realized that within Japanese culture there are values that have started to carry over into many other cultures.