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The Japanese Business Etiquette Quiz is designed to test your knowledge of a wide variety of Japanese business situations. The Japanese Business Etiquette Quiz questions are carefully crafted so you can gauge how much you really know about proper behavior while on business in Japan.
1. When business people in Japan exchange business cards, they generally do it how?
a.With both hands
b.By slipping it into a closed, outstretched hand
c.By slipping it into each others' pockets
d.With the right hand, somewhat like a handshake
2. A businesswoman in Japan should not wear pantsuits and should wear low-heeled shoes only.
3. If you are greeted with a bow in Japan, what should you do?
a.Return the bow
b.Shake hands
c.Give a slight nod of the head acknowledging the bow
d.Give a bow slightly deeper and longer than the one you received
4. What should you do after receiving a business card (or meishi) from a Japanese business person?
a.Put it in your pocket or wallet right away
b.Keep a grip on it, then shake hands
c.Examine it carefully, making an attempt to remember critical information from it
d.Do not write on it, or put it in your pocket or wallet
5. Using first names in Japan is reserved for close friends and family.

6. What should you generally expect from your host if taken to a business lunch or dinner at a Japanese restaurant?
a.They will pay, but you should order your own food
b.They will order for you, but you should pay "dutch" style
c.They will order for you, and you should offer to pay, but expect them to pay
d.They will order for you, and will also pay and not expect you to offer to pay
7. If you are visiting Japan on business, how should you handle yourself if you do not speak Japanese?
a.Don't worry about it; most Japanese speak English and will be fine conversing with you in English
b.Try to learn some Japanese phrases and expressions as a show of respect
c.Carry your Japanese dictionary with you everywhere and take pains to speak as much Japanese as possible
d.Try to say as little as possible and bow often
8. If you go out with Japanese business associates to a karaoke bar, when should you plan on returning to your hotel?
a.By 8 p.m. the Japanese head to bed early
c.Early morning hours
d.By noon the next day and expect little sleep as a meeting will likely be scheduled by early afternoon
9. Taxi drivers in Japan rarely speak English. How should you communicate with them?
a.Carry a hotel card with you so you can hand it to the driver when you are returning to your hotel
b.Learn enough Japanese to communicate your destination to the driver
c.Have a hotel employee write your destination out so you can hand that to the driver
d.Point and show the driver a map; they are enough acquainted with the roads to get you where you're doig
10. When arriving for a business meeting in Japan, you will be ushered into meeting room to wait. As the guest of honor, where are you expected to sit?
a.The chair nearest the door
b.The chair furthest from the door
c.The chair at the head of the table
d.Anywhere you like, and your Japanese business associates will follow your lead
11. Confrontation is frowned up on in Japan.
12. If you take notes during a business meeting, you should take care not to write your name or anyone else's name in what color ink?
13. If a Japanese person nods and says "hai" (yes) while you're talking, what does that mean?
a.They understand you
b.They agree with you
c.They are listening, but neither agree nor disagree
d.They are trying to discourage your conversation
14. If a businessman falls silent, you must begin talking or carry on the conversation.
15. When leaving a business meeting, how can you expect to exit?
a.Your host will see you to the door, or even your cab, depending on the circumstances
b.Your host will assign a more junior person to the task of seeing you to the door
c.You will see yourself to the door
d.Your host will accompany you all the way to your next destination
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What others think about Japanese Business Etiquette
By: Terri on Aug 5, 2010
  should help for an upcoming business trip!
By: Konny on Jul 21, 2010
By: Scott on Feb 4, 2010
  If you are planning on visiting Japan anytime in the future, whether it be for business or pleasure, you need to learn about their culture.
By: Jorge on Nov 18, 2009
By: Harry on Nov 17, 2009
  Good insights
By: suzanne on Oct 11, 2009
  more information on being a woman manager interacting with Japanese businessmen would be appreciated.
By: Tana on Oct 4, 2009
By: V on Sep 9, 2009
By: Cindy Dean on Jul 28, 2009
  Japanese men do not like to be towered over by American women.
By: Rafael on Jul 22, 2009
  Great Quiz
By: Marc on May 12, 2009
  I'm studying business etiquette for class project.
By: Derek on Apr 26, 2009
  Very nice and interesting test.
By: bobby on Feb 26, 2009
By: Martin on Feb 1, 2009
  Helpful to know what is expected when dealing with Japanese businessmen
By: Wendy-Lee on Dec 21, 2008
  Remember ladies , that you are expected to go through a doorway after the menfolk !!
By: vijay on Nov 12, 2008
By: RM on Oct 1, 2008
  Interesting and informative.
By: Connie on Sep 11, 2008
  This is very interesting
By: NJ on Jul 9, 2008
  Good Quiz
By: pearl on Jul 8, 2008
  Always show repect

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