take off there shoes
Most people do ;)
Take off their shoes.
Chinese people always take off there shoes when going into a room bceauce they are showing respect to the family.
No, that's a Japanese custom.
Most of people in china , after go home, change into slipper.
Say "tadaima" (I'm home), take off shoes, wash hands.
so that the people with there shoes off wont get the floor dirty or muddy.
Shoes are normally worn outside the house. Thus, they are considered to be unhygenic containing germs. To avoid any infection, its advisable to not to wear shoes to kitchen.
When in Rome do as the Romans means that you should do the customs of the people. If the custom is to take your shoes off when you enter the house, you should do it.
take your shoes off before going in the house!!
take their shoes off when entering a house
to take shoes off upon entering a house
The streets were full of mud and filth for many centuries. Even today the streets contain dirt and germs. Taking off the shoes helps keep the house clean and prevent the spread of disease.
People take their shoes off as a sign of respect in Sikh Temples (Gurudwaras.) They also take off their socks as socks are also like shoes, as they carry dirt. The last thing they do to show respect is cover their heads.
Take off your shoes before you come into there house.
Its just common courtesy, like for example being polite while at a friends house.
They are accepting you as family so be happy
It is their culture, it is so they dont get the germs from outside in their house
Take Your Shoes Off was created on 1999-04-27.
yes!AnswerIf your not instructed to, and you dont want to no. It really depends on race/nationality. I have 2 friends that make you, asian and indian. Others we dont have to but you can. I hate taking my shoes off unless its my house -.-
That when your about to enter a house in japan u have to take your shoes off.
Of course! If you invite the missionaries into your home, you may ask them to take off their shoes. Many people do not allow shoes in their homes, so this is something that missionaries are asked to do quite often.
In a Japanese house you should always remove your shoes. The area in which you take off your shoes is called the genkan. In this area one slips off their shoes careful not to touch the floor of the genkan with their socks. Step up onto the raised floor in socks and put on the slippers if desired. It is impolite to enter barefoot so one should wear socks.
There's precedent for it in the book of Exodus: when God speaks to Moses from the burning bush, Moses is instructed to take off his shoes for he is standing on holy ground.