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Eat and pray

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People pass by a restaurant in Tokyo.

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Finding god in a spaghetti bowl. Right on. Global Dining's CEO Hasegawa is a smart businessman. He knows god is good for business.

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I may stop by here, anyone invite me?

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Hasegawa should trademark that sign

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I may stop by here, anyone invite me?

Sorry AsianTourist, no more room at our table.

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I have to sit by myself then, but how much is a menu? It looks a nice restaurant.

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This is the Ginza store. About a half a kilometre north from the Apple store along Chuo-dori. Courteous staff, lunch time menu is about 1,000 yen.

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Such a stupid sign after a national disaster, just businesses piling on the feel good vibe to make money.

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Spudman nailed it!

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spudman - Yes cookie-cutter slogan with no heart >:(

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Eat, pray and get it on with your waitress? Nevermind I'm confusing this with a movie I was told never to watch if I value my time.

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Jealousy blinds a person's eyes and judgment. Know better things is not to interfere other businesses.

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Lighten up! Even in Red Bluff, CA, USA, the high school will have a fundraiser next week for Japan.

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@ noriyosan73: Since when is a high school in the same 'for profit league' as this restaurant is which as spudman pointed is using the 'feel good vibe' by putting up a sign to draw customers in and make cash for his own pockets in the process? The two are quite different and good for the high school to have a fundraiser for Japan.

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The sign makes me believe the restaurant is donating money and/or food for relief. Is it? Hope so! That would give more weight to the sign. Still, good sentiments.

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