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Japan Miracle as there was no epidemic cause Japanese love to take a hot ONSEN.
- Published on: 5/12/2020
- I talk why an epidemic didn’t happen in Japan this time. Isn't it strange? Once you visit Japan and take a hot onsen, you'll know the reason. I’d like to share with you one of the Japanese attractive things and why people all over the world want to visit Japan, as a wonderland. Besides, you can know the relationship between the Japanese mysterious charm and the epidemic.
Almost all Japanese people love to take a hot Onsen whose water temperature is 105 degrees Fahrenheit, around 40 degrees Celsius or higher. Also foreign people who hesitanted to take an Onsen will become a captive once they have taken the hot Onsen.
There are uncountable hot spring facilities and public bath facilities here and there in whole of Japan from Hokkaido to Okinawa, and Japanese style inns and hotels are always full of people who would like to take a hot spring.
This is not my personal opinion, nor the fiction written by Japanese people. It's a historical fact. If you were in doubt, try searching in English. I added two links, YouTube and webpage below. Could you please check the following page written in English?
▼ Versailles dirty secrets
▼ Japanese hot spring ONSEN
If it’s possible, could you please watch the YouTube videos or check the foreign language learning page for your Japanese learning? Thanks.
▼ ありがとうございます& ありがとうございました https://www.201tube.com/video/y4_tDbXropg/video.html
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In the near future I’ll post orher videos, except the videos above, in which I was explaining about the method of how to practice to be able to speak more naturally on the same as Japanese native speaking level.
I'm not a linguist, I know, there are many mistakes. I'm just trying to help you with your Japanese learning. Unfortunately my English isn’t perfect at all and it’s not easy for you to hear my speaking, ごめんなさい. Please be patient! I always do my best and practice. Please let me know if there are any mistakes in the content.
My nickname is Kazubonne かずぼーん. I’ve worked as a taxi driver here in Kanazawa City, Ishikawa Prefecture, Japan. I started English when I was a junior high school student. It is the same time as other general Japanese children started. Then, I’ve been to Los Angels and Tijuana, United States for transit on the way to Mexico and Guatemala by long-run buses or airplanes. I was there, Los Angels and Tijuana, totally about 15 days. When I lived in Mexico City, I worked as a Japanese language teacher and I taught Mexicans from elementary school students to high school students. In Guatemala I worked as an interpreter. By the way, I’ve never been to any English speaking countries since I started speaking English, about five years ago.