● There are rules on how to dispose of garbage in Japan!
First and foremost, in Japan, you have to separate burnable garbage and non-burnable garbage. Then you need to throw away PET bottles, bottles, glass and cardboard separately.
Also, the day of the week to dispose of the separated garbage depends on the area where you live. It is often written on a leaflet near the entrance of the condominium, but if not, ask the condominium manager or management company.
Be aware of the garbage rules in the area where your school is located. Most schools will teach you at the admissions briefing, but if you don't understand, ask your teacher.
Garbage will not be collected if it is thrown away without observing the rules. In addition, you will be warned by the apartment you live in, and if you continue to do so many times, you may not be able to live in that apartment. When you decide where to live in Japan, first check the garbage separation so that you don't make a mistake!