how is service in your country? in japan just perfect..

@scubapro (1051)
Gifu, Japan
April 7, 2016 12:25pm CST
hello everybody ,i live in japan i am from turkey i have lived in turkey for 30 years ,i have been living in japan for 3 years. there is a huge difference between 2 countries.. i love japan,i love service in japan too. why? they always smile, they are helpful,they always listen you carefully and they have never been angry even you are unkind(i am not) how is service in your country? do you like it?
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• Greenacres, Washington
8 Apr 16
I would love to go to Japan one day. So many good things in Japan, here in the United States is good, but not as good as Japan
@scubapro (1051)
• Gifu, Japan
8 Apr 16
You can come for sure, i can help you about anything if i can..
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@youless (108919)
• Guangzhou, China
9 Apr 16
Here the service is different everywhere. For example, I always think that the south cities like Guangzhou pay attention to the service. Perhaps it is close to Hong Kong and therefore we learn many things from them. Some employees are even well trained. Whereas when I travel to the north cities, the service is not so satisfied. I think they just haven't realized how important it is. Today customers want to pay with a satisfactory. If they are happy, they will return.
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@youless (108919)
• Guangzhou, China
10 Apr 16
@scubapro Merhaba, you are welcome
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@scubapro (1051)
• Gifu, Japan
9 Apr 16
Thanks
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@Marcyaz (35355)
• United States
7 Apr 16
It is sometimes good and sometimes bad all depending on who is serving you.
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@scubapro (1051)
• Gifu, Japan
8 Apr 16
usa servise must be hard,there are many people and very hard work right?
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@Marcyaz (35355)
• United States
8 Apr 16
@scubapro Yes that is correct
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@snurgr (148)
• Mumbai, India
9 Apr 16
I surely would want to travel to japan and stay there for a while...
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@scubapro (1051)
• Gifu, Japan
9 Apr 16
You can do