I pick up sentence from the book I'm reading: Managing for the future and more particularly from a case study about the opening of Disneyland in Tokyo and then in Paris. It show a funny difference of culture between Japanese, American and French people. During Japanese were totally enjoying the American experience, Europeans were reticent even if the park were adapt to their culture:
"[...]The French (and Europeans generally) and are much less willing to pull their children out of school for special vacation trips (as in the United States) or to school trips to Disneyland as an appropriate educational experience (as in Japan)."
That's very interesting for me to know that Japanese people can considered a trip to Disneyland as an "educational experience", I even can't imagine this.