When it comes to Japan, you may always link with the politeness of Japanese. The easiest way to say Hello in Japan is with the standard greeting of konnichiwa (pronounced as “Kone-nee-chee-wah)
Konnichiwa is primarily used during the day and afternoon. Konbanwa (pronounced as "kone-bahn-wah") is used as a basic greeting in the evening.
Other than saying konnichiwa, bowing is an integral part of their culture. If others bow at you, you need to return someone’s bow. Otherwise, it will consider as rude.
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