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Japan is one of the safest and cleanest countries, and its inhabitants live longer than anywhere else in the world. 
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1. MORNING EXERCISE
Every morning Japanese citizens, young and old, would gather to perform a short circuit of dynamic stretches, joint mobility drills, and bodyweight exercises in time to broadcasted piano music.
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2. APPRECIATING TIME 
Persistent acknowledgment of the passage of time is ingrained into the Japanese culture. The Japanese tea ceremony celebrates passage of time by varying the utensils and layout of the room based on the seasons. The inner human experience, wabi (侘び), is connected with the outer human experience, sabi (寂), by carefully examining the ceremonious, seasonal objects, and reflecting on the singularity of that moment in time.
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3. INSTANTANEOUS REFLECTION 
Hansei (反省) is a term that translates to reflection. A hanseikai (evaluation meeting) is a large part of the Japanese business practice.
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4. TAKE PLEASURE IN THE SIMPLE THINGS 
Whether eating, drinking tea or choosing home decor, simplicity is key. Enjoying a meal is a relaxing and leisurely experience. The Japanese take pride in their rituals. Since the culture has a deep love and respect for nature, greenery is a staple in their minimalist interior design.
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5. EAT WELL
Healthy choices are ingrained into their everyday lives. Aside from having universal health care, Japanese people eat small portions of lower-calorie foods like fish and vegetables and they always make time for Matcha Tea.
 
JAPANESE CULTURE IS FILLED WITH RICH TRADITIONS BASED ON MUTUAL RESPECT AND SIMPLICITY.
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