Even Regarding Lesser Crimes than Murder, Japan is Notably Safer. When considering cases of violent robbery, America had a recorded 101.74 cases, England and Wales had 87.52, with Japan at 2.41.
While America's economy is technically better, Japan has lower unemployment, less inequality and better social support systems. The Japanese people tend to be very highly educated, though there's a lot of evidence that this has more to do with a very strong culture of education, moreso than the quality of the schools.
Japan has a very low crime rate. Carrying a weapon in Japan is considered illegal. One cannot carry a sword in Japan too. Japanese police force is one of the swiftest and the crime solving rate is higher than in any other country.
DefinitionsSTATJapanUnited StatesCrime levels12.8 Ranked 18th.55.84 Ranked 30th. 4 times more than JapanAnnual cannabis use0.1% Ranked 7th.13.7% Ranked 1st. 137 times more than JapanOpiates use0.1% Ranked 8th.0.57% Ranked 3rd. 6 times more than JapanMurder rate1.025
The Dark Side of Japan is a collection of folk tales, black magic, protection spells, monsters and other dark interpretations of life and death from Japanese folklore. Much of the information comes from ancient documents, translated into English here for the first time.
Japan is extremely safe, in fact, it's probably one of the safest countries in the world, with crime rates much lower than in most Western countries. What is this? Street crime is extremely rare, even late at night.
Safety. Tokyo once again ranks better than NYC in terms of safety.
As mentioned above, Tokyo is generally a safe city to walk around - even late at night - and most visitors experience minimal (if any) hassle by locals. You should nevertheless maintain a certain degree of street sense and awareness around you, particularly if you are a female walking alone later in the evening.
Japanese generally don't dislike foreigners, but most are woefully inexperienced in dealing with them. So there will be all variations of awkwardness, but you are likely to enjoy the experience more by keeping this in mind. This is not too different from why people in Europe sometimes resent Americans.
Japan made the biggest jump in the U.S. News & World Report ranking on the Best Countries in 2019. From being the 5th best country in the world in 2018, Japan ranked 2nd this year.
Japan is a relatively safe country for women travelers, though perhaps not quite as safe as some might think – crimes against women are believed to be widely under-reported.
theft offensesIn 2019, approximately 422.1 theft offenses were recognized by the police per 100,000 inhabitants in Japan, representing the crime type that most frequently occurs in Japanese society. Property damage followed with the rate of about 56.8 cases among 100,000 of the population.
The US is a relatively safe place but it does have a higher crime rate than Australia which means you should exercise caution at all times. Mass shootings/gun violence have been more frequent in the last couple of years in the US. Burglary is another very common occurrence with reports of more than 2 million a year.
Tokyo has again been named the world's safest city by the Economist Intelligence Unit (EIU), in a ranking of the digital, health, infrastructure and personal security of 60 major metropolitan areas. Singapore came in second, followed by Osaka in third place in the Safe Cities Index 2019.
Don't point. Pointing at people or things is considered rude in Japan. Instead of using a finger to point at something, the Japanese use a hand to gently wave at what they would like to indicate. When referring to themselves, people will use their forefinger to touch their nose instead of pointing at themselves.
Theft made up the highest percentage of such crimes at 60.2 percent, followed by assault at 11.4 percent. The report shows that theft was the most common crime overall in Japan throughout the Heisei Era, with such violations accounting for about 70 percent of crimes.
Crime in Japan is extremely low, in comparison to other countries. According to the 2016 UNODC statistics, Japan's rate of intentional homicide per 100,000 population is the lowest in the world at 0.3 per 100,000 inhabitants.
"The Return of Goku" is the twenty-first episode of the Saiyan Saga and the twenty first overall episode of the original Saban dub for the Dragon Ball Z series.
Unlike some other anime TV shows, Dragon Ball has a pretty low filler percentage of only 14%. From 153 episodes, there are only 21 reported filler episodes.
Dragon Ball Z Kai is simply a remake of Dragon Ball Z that removes all the filler. You have to pick only 1. For example, if you don't want filler, then pick Dragon Ball Z Kai. If you want filler, pick the original Dragon Ball Z.