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Going to Japan on Business: Protocol, Strategies, and Language for the Corporate Traveler Paperback – Sep 1 1997


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"The most concise and appropriate level of detail for the business traveler I have ever seen in my 25 years of doing business in Japan." -John D'Errico, LSI Logic Japan Semiconductor Inc.

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Christalyn Brannen is president of The Brannen Group, Berkeley, California, and coauthor of Doing Business with Japanese Men.

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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
Perhaps a little over the top, but very very useful. Feb. 23 2009
By Marc M - Published on Amazon.com
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Most people who go to Japan do not research the culture before they go. That means most business associates who often work with foreigners are not expecting you to honor the Japanese customs.

What this book does help you do is stand out from the rest. My Japanese colleagues were surprised and pleased that I bothered to research the customs before visiting, and I found it extremely helpful to know what kind of behavior and response to expect from them.

So in short, you can go to Japan without reading this book, but I don't recommend it. :)


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