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In Japan many things are considered to bring good or bad luck. Superstitions are strongly entrenched in Japanese society, and some of them are meant to teach lessons or serve as practical advice.

In this video we introduce the most famous superstitions in Japan: numbers 4 and 9 are considered to be unlucky numbers! The reason is that 4 in Japanese is sometimes pronounced し which means “death,” while 9 is also sometimes pronounced く and means “suffering.”

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