Have you ever heard of Japan’s obsession with cleaning before?
Are you aware of Japan’s strict housekeeping methods?
Today, we’ll tell you why Japan is considered as the cleanest country in Asia.
The Japanese are renowned for their perseverance and hard work, which extends to maintaining the cleanliness of their beautiful nation. Japan is also at the very top of the list when it comes to cleanliness and order. Japan ranks as the top cleanest country in Asia and within the top 20 cleanest countries globally.
There are many reasons why Japan is so clean and safe. Japanese people work hard to maintain a clean environment because they are also very mindful of it. You can even see it from their well-oiled infrastructure. Japan has an excellent public transit system that contributes to its clean and orderly streets. Additionally, the government has put in place strong laws and policies to guarantee the safety of its people. These strict rules act as an anchor for maintaining their nation’s environmental health. The Japanese people are very mindful when it comes to cleanliness because right as soon as they enter elementary school, they are educated to become aware of their surroundings and maintain order early on.
Japan is also usually praised for how organized their people are (Hello, Marie Kondo!) and it appears that their reputation is well-deserved as the country recently took the top spot in another global ranking regarding cleanliness and beauty. The amount of garbage on the streets, the cleanliness of public restrooms, and the general level of public cleanliness all play a role in this ranking. When it comes to cleaning and environmental protection, Japan ranks number 1 in Asia and belongs to the Top 20 Cleanest Countries in the World with two of its cities, Kobe and Sapporo, listed as the part of the Top 20 Cleanest Cities in the World.
And when it comes to disposing all sorts of waste, Japan is one of a kind. Japanese people keep their environment clean by also organizing their trash. All sorts of garbage are classified from non-compostable, non-combustible, plastic materials, canned goods, broken glass, household goods…etc. Japan has at least 2 to 3 types of public trash bins where people need to think carefully before throwing their trash unless they want to actually be punished by the law.
So, choose a cleaning company that will respect your home or workplace is vital. EZY Lifestyle continues to offer high-quality cleaning services to homes and businesses while adhering to strict Japanese standard cleaning & housekeeping training. EZY Lifestyle is a company that maintains these Japanese standards through effective, thorough cleaning and utmost professionalism. Don’t just get our word for it…book an appointment with us right now and see the results for yourself!