On this episode Ben and Burke discuss Japanese superstitions that are weird and eerie, and also ones related to love and romance. Do you know what happens in Japanese culture if you cut your fingernails at night or even whistle at night? Or, what specific locations in Japan can mean the end of your relationship with your significant other, and what places or events bring good luck to a relationship? Listen now to find out about these and other superstitions covered in articles by Live Japan and Tokyo Weekender.
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