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I was wandering on the street in Tokyo without any purpose.  I walked pass this midnight diner (居酒屋) and was attracted by the way the Japanese interact with others.  The person in the black suit was paying his bill and leaving the restaurant.  Both side bowed a few times as they exchanged dialogue.  

 

This quite interested me and I snapped this shot.  I think it documented some of the feeling of Japanese's bowing culture. 

 

DSC07426_s by Terence Yam, on Flickr

(50mm Noctilux on Sony A7)

 

Hope you like it.

 

Best,

Terence from Hong Kong

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