Did you know that Tokyo is the safest city in the world? Tokyo ranks #1 according to “Safe Cities Index” of The Economist. Tokyo has low crime rates both violent and petty.
Your kid is not only safe from crime but also from earthquakes. Tokyo has a designed infrastructure to withstand natural shocks including earthquakes. According to the “BBC”, the secret of the buildings of Tokyo is their capacity to dance as the ground moves beneath them. These dancing buildings ensure safety while walking the streets in Japan.
In Tokyo, you can walk the streets even after midnight. It is no surprise that Japan ranked #9 on the “Global Peace Index“ which is also known as the safe-country-ranking.
Statistically, your kid would be safer here in Japan than in your city/town. Our aim is not to put Japan on a pedestal, but to take away the worries and concerns parents have when their kids go overseas. The safety of Japan, the Zentern support and Japan’s “omotenashi” ensures a safe environment for your child.
Have you heard of the word “Omotenashi”?
What is omotenashi? Omotenashi is hard to explain in English. To understand omotenashi is to experience Japan in-person. Omotenashi is a sense of incredible hospitality that carries across business, retail, and dining. Yet, omotenashi goes beyond “the customer is always right”. It is an implicit understanding of the needs of their guest. The Japanese go the extra mile to ensure a great experience to their guest.
If you’ve ever been left thinking “How did they think of that?” after a service encounter in Japan. You’ve probably been “omotenashi’d.” Not only the Japanese use this concept, we at Zentern apply the same concept to our support service. Scroll down to see support services we offer to our interns.