Japan looks on India as future super power
Four students from the state of Uttar Pradesh , recently returned from the Japan East Asia network of students and youth programme. Yashasvi Raghuvanshi, was one of the students who also shared her experience.
Raghuvanshi, while talking about her experience said that the Japanese have their own typical culture, rituals and beliefs. The school girl shared that the water from all the taps in any city, house or bathroom is drinkable and that people in the country have bath in the night than in the morning.
Yashasvi also shared that they use separate slippers for bedroom and house and the beds are basically made of straw mats over which they cover feather mattress for sleeping. While the opinion of the Japanese over India varies from a mystique land to a super power.
Even the younger generation looks at India as a future super power and a scientific hub. The professors at the Keio University opined that India is a big investment destination and that they are also working with various groups to facilitate such investments.