How to Say 'No' at the Cash Register in Japan #140

How to Say 'No' at the Cash Register in Japan #140

レジ前のプレッシャーを減らす方法 | For Introverts, How to reduce anxiety at the cashier. Navigate the common retail challenge in Japan: declining point card offers at the cash register. I share my experiences and practical tips for politely saying 'no', a must-know for travelers and residents alike.

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単語 (Vocabulary)

レジ cashier
(ことわ)る refuse
呪文(じゅもん) charm
土産(みやげ) souvenir
(がん) cancer
寄付(きふ) donation
現地(げんち)(ひと) locals
真似(まね)をする mimic
クーポン coupon

会話の話題 (Conversation Topics)

Do you also get offered point cards or membership cards in your country? How do you usually respond to these offers?

When offered deals like point cards or discount coupons, do you usually listen with interest or decline without much consideration? Please share your reasons.

Are there cultural differences in how you decline offers in stores? Could you give specific examples?

If you have any challenging or amusing experiences while shopping abroad, could you share them with us?

Video Podcast and Japanese Transcripts (Furigana Included/Excluded)

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