When doing business in Tokyo, looking neat and professional is a requirement — and a sign of respect.
- It is customary to bring a small gift to a meeting to show your appreciation for the person’s time. Choose something that holds special meaning to your city or country.
- Though work attire is decidedly conservative, during the humid summer months men often go without a jacket and tie to keep cool.
- Many Japanese restaurants require you to take your shoes off before entering, so only pack your best pairs of socks.