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Safety precautions for studying in Japan

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For every student studying in Japan, they should not only pay attention to the cost and conditions, but also consider the safety of studying abroad. So what should be paid attention to in Japan? Let’s take a look at these contents.

1、 Safety precautions for studying in Japan

1. Properly keep certificates and personal privacy information

Be sure to keep your important personal documents and privacy information properly, and don’t show it to others easily. When someone checks his certificate, remember to ask the other party to show his ID or work card for polite verification. If he is a policeman, he can write down his certificate number, car number, etc. Important files are also backed up just in case.

2. Pay attention to accommodation safety

If you can, try to live in the school dormitory. If you rent out of school, choose an area with good public security. If conditions permit, live near the subway station or bus stop. If you choose a roommate, you are a student. Of course, you have familiar little partners. Don’t choose a particularly dark and remote place to save money. Before going out or going to bed, remember to check the safety of power supply, gas or natural gas, whether the doors and windows are locked, and ask friends or neighbors to pay attention to the safety of the house.

3. Pay attention to traffic safety

Don’t carry a black car or a stranger’s car. Don’t take the subway too early or too late without special circumstances. Normally, taxis are safer. Just in case, you can write down the number and send it to your friends. Don’t take the subway too close to the edge. Don’t take an empty carriage. The middle carriage is safer. Try not to take seats at the entrance and exit of the carriage, because this is the place where gangsters like to start. If there are few people on the bus, you can take a seat close to the driver.

4. Don’t give others a chance to hurt you

Don’t walk alone at night and don’t go to dangerous places. When you are in a strange environment, you should pay attention to the surrounding dynamics, be familiar with the safety measures in your life circle (police station, shelter, etc.), and try to let the people you are familiar with know your dynamics in time.

5. Make friends carefully

When you go out, you should be careful in making friends and learn to protect your privacy. At some parties, everyone will drink alcohol. It is recommended to drink in moderation. In social occasions, it is also recommended to refuse politely if others have handed drinks to themselves.

2、 Life details to pay attention to when studying in Japan

1. Law

Japan and China have different laws, regulations and social rules. Some things that do not need attention at home will be very inappropriate in Japan, such as turning on the lights when riding a bicycle at night, drinking and not riding a bicycle. When you don’t understand, you can ask and observe more. Don’t accidentally get yourself into trouble. For example, it has been emphasized that working shall not exceed 28 hours / week. If found, they will be fined, or even repatriated, which will affect the acquisition of further education and stay qualification.

2. Certificate

We must pay attention to personal privacy and don’t easily trust strangers, especially when handling mobile phones and bank cards with certificates. Even if our friends ask for help, they should decline. Unused bank cards and mobile phone cards should be cancelled; Not to others. If someone checks his / her ID, remember to ask him / her to show his / her ID or work ID for verification. If he / she is a policeman, he / she can write down his / her ID number. If important items are lost, you can report to the police station. The Japanese police station has a perfect loss department, which has a high probability of recovering the lost items.

3. Accommodation

According to the survey, most Japanese students rent houses off campus, and it is particularly important to choose areas with good public security. You can communicate with your predecessors to get more experience and information. It is recommended to live near the relatively busy station, which is convenient to travel, there are many supermarkets and shops, and it is convenient to find a job. You must lock the door when you go in and out, turn off the gas and electric lights when you go out, and turn off the main gate when you have a holiday, and make all arrangements before you return home.

4. Make friends

This is very important. The unfortunate experience of many foreign students comes from making friends carelessly. Not too enthusiastic, not too indifferent, not to be deceived by the introduction of fellow villagers and acquaintances. Be cautious in your daily words and deeds. When communicating with Japanese friends, you should pay attention to understand the local culture and customs, and try not to encounter minefields. Be careful with dating software and beware of Telecom fraud. In addition, for the party organized by students, the amount of alcoholic drinks should be appropriate, and the drinks of unknown origin should be refused.

3、 Living expenses for studying in Japan

1. Board expenses: about 20000-50000 yen / month

Whether you cook by yourself or buy meals every day, and what grade of daily necessities you choose, all affect your daily expenses. In fact, there are skills to spend money in Japan. Major supermarkets in Japan will regularly introduce preferential prices. For example, eggs will be half cheaper than usual on Wednesday. Different foods will be discounted at different times. After 8 p.m. every day, many foods will be sold at half price. A bento is cheaper than that in China.

2. Transportation fee: about 4000-15000 yen. You can handle the monthly student ticket with your student ID card, which is reduced by 50% compared with the normal price.

3. National Health Insurance: About 800-2000 yen per month for foreign students. Using national health insurance, medical expenses can be reduced by 70%, and they only need to bear 30% of the expenses, enjoying the same treatment as the Japanese.