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Step 3 Once inside the genkan (foyer)You now must introduce yourself to whoever answered the door if you don’t know them, which is a high probability considering your boss’s husband or wife won’t often come to your work. You can find out how to do thathere. Now, if you brought a gift that needs to be refrigerated, or if it’s something like flowers that need to go in a vase, you need to hand that over in the genkan, while saying “Kore, tsumaranai mono desuga, douzo” (This isn’t anything special, but please accept it).
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