As described earlier, high context refers to cultures that rely mainly on non-verbal, implicit communication. They rely on deep personal relationships, context, and traditions to interpret messages. Continue reading
SAKURA is the name of the Japanese cherry blossoms. For the Japanese, it generally symbolises the spring, and the well-known flower has also had a spiritual influence on the Japanese people throughout history. Continue reading
This article looks at the differences between Danish and Japanese national culture two using the cultural model created by Geert Hofstede. Below I offer a brief refresher into what each dimension actually refers to.
In Japan, autumn is one of the important events, as the famous “MOMIJI” autumn leaves are in their transitional period. MOMIJI is a sight which attracts locals and tourists from all over the world. Continue reading