Below are the list of things NOT to do in Japan: First, Remove your shoes before moving into a Japanese home, school, or temple. Second, Burping or blowing nose at the table is considered rude in Japan. Third, cover your mouth when using a toothpick. Forth, staring, standing too close, or touching a Japanese person is considered rude. Fifth, avoid using the number "four," for it is associated with death for Japanese. Sixth, do not walk on the wrong side. Pedestrians and vehicles both follow the rule of staying to the left strictly. Seventh, do not cross your legs. It is considered improper behavior. Last but not the least, if you eat while walking, local people may construe that you are taking food too casually without respect for people who grew or made it. You are supposed to cherish your food.