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Nozomi Sasaki, 22, appears at a promotional event for clothing retailer Aoyama's newest store in Shibuya.

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Best dressed is the one on the right !

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not bad, i can dig it

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Lose the pink shoes quickly.

But a pink blouse, handkerchief or small accessory would look nice.

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She looks much better in a bikini

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Yowza. I just choked on my 150 yen cake roll. She is hot, and just what I need for this winter.

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off the rack cheap sucks and it shows. Every single guy here wears the same thing and the 1000 yen ties don't help. Invest in a nice suit for >>>>s sake. Enjoy your 150 yen roll.

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She's hot.

"the 1000 yen ties don't help"

1000 yen is way too much to pay for a tie.

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you're right Sarge... the 100 yen tie is better and used as a napkin on the train at 11:30PM.

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She has the best head of the three.

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what with the pink shoes?

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cutie with great gams.

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Perhaps the best head, but not sharpest mind. I'm sure.

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Seriously, i don't think the whole dress suit her.

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it will be nice if even foreign men wear the suit on the left on the streets of Tokyo.

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I sat on an interview panel recently for freshmen and all the men were wearing these suits. One to the next, cheap black suit, white shirt, dark blue striped tie. It was purely miserable seeing this but I can forgive them as they are just young and straight out of university.

For seasoned salarymen who continue to wear these suits in combination with white shirts and blue striped ties it is simply unforgivable.

It is even worse if they try and spice things up with brown shoes or pointy shoes.

Fit lass.

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hot

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Yummy! I could eat her! Great suit!

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If you have stubby arms, it might work. Normal foreigners look like monkeys in suits tailored for Japanese.

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I cannot say a thing about Japanese clothing,for I am a Canadain, that quit wearing proper suits & all back in the early 50s, but they did pick a darn good looking women, with best of legs, to model what they make.

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yummy, yummy!

Never been a suit person. Monkey suits just mean you are 'owned' by someone. It's also next to impossible for me to shoot people and not rip a suit in the armpit or crotch or tear up a knee. Jeans and t-shirts are the way to go when going to work. Pockets are stronger to in a pair of jeans.

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