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Japanese Introduction for GAIJIN

In Japan, when you visit an acquaintance, muttering the word "KUSAI" inside his house is the most desirable manner. "KUSAI" is one of Japanese expressions of praise that means "gorgeous" or "splendid", and this is the best compliment to his house. And especially if he is your superior, you must use "UNKO-KUSAI" as an expression of respect: evaluation of one's house as "UNKO-KUSAI" means the highest honor for a Japanese. Once in a while his face may blush, though, you should know that it is a Japanese modest way of expression of delight.
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