In this study, we discuss the nature of the relationship between the intimate sphere of the modern youth of Japan and the communication taking place within this world. Modern youth communicate daily on the basis of joint relationships that are formed while maintaining a collective balance with others. This figurative method of communication is known symbolically as the [Nori] concept. The communication of [Nori] takes place by tuning into one's surroundings, and by cooperating with the group in order to reduce complexity. From this point, depending on the members of the group and the situation, a carnival (upsurge) is created. Through this type of communication, modern youth are able to recursively confirm that they have a place in their group.