I watched a documentary on the school system for grade school kids. I’m not sure if it is really like this in all the places, cities, and stuff but the kids (ages 8-12ish) do things like help cook the lunch, collectively thank the teachers for their lessons, and just overall conduct themselves in a much more mature and orderly manner. It is no surprise to me that these kids go on to help build their tiny island into one of the world’s most advanced super powers not once but twice already in this modern age.
However, I’m not "super hacker"ツ
Hi! Yes, BONSAI is very traditional culture in Japan. I heard it’s prevalent in other countries. I don’t have it but I’ll buy it somedayツ
Its documentary may be not common case in Japan but there is a culture that Japanese young generations respect their teacher or old generations. I think this culture is very important to form a good attitude of Japan.
I hope Japanese culture contribute to crypto world. For example, moderate regulation about exchanges, custodies or other related crypto companies will make a good market in Japan. Some other countries particularly in South East Asia will imitate it and proceed regulation in a good manner.