Things I Do More in Japan Than I Do in America: An Incomplete List*

  • Walk.
  • Get bumped while walking.
  • Cough from second-hand smoke.
  • Ride escalators.
  • Eat fried chicken.
  • Eat McDonald’s food.
  • Get takeout in general.
  • Buy drinks from vending machines.
  • Use streaming internet.
  • Buy digital.
  • Sleep sitting up.
  • Wear business attire.
  • Do laundry.
  • Get sick.
  • Visit the doctor.
  • Carry an umbrella.

*Naturally, I’ve omitted obvious things like “ride trains,” “eat rice,” and “speak Japanese.”

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