It said: 'Japanese etiquette is based on avoiding causing discomfort or nuisance to others. The guide was first published last August, but has since been updated. The latest version of the guide also highlights that bringing food into a restaurant or taking leftovers out is frowned upon. Being mindful of property - such as grass - disposing of sanitary products properly and never wearing swimwear in public baths are also highlighted in the brochure. Share or comment on this article: Japan releases guide to etiquette in bid to stop tourists burping and farting e-mail In the updated guide, gone are the large 'X'-marks next to cartoon illustrations of tourists committing, from a Japanese perspective, embarrassing gaffes. The tourism board added that if holidaymakers are planning on passing wind in a public space, they must do so 'as discreetly as possible'. It stresses that speaking loudly in public, farting, meals not being finished and queues being jumped are all frowned upon.
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