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Not many shoppers

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A man reads a book in an underground passageway in Tokyo's Ginza shopping district.

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It's meaningless (other than being a cool photo) unless the time of day is given. Huge difference if it's noon or midnight.

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Trump effect has spread so fast? No, in Japan it's Abenomics.

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agree, this could be 3 am.

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The image could be entitled, 'Waiting for the Shops to Open', and would elicit a totally different response.

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3 am?

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I can see a million, maybe a million people and a half at least!

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Trump effect has spread so fast? No, in Japan it's Abenomics.

exactly

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Not many stores either.

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Not many benches either.

You could say that about almost any place in Japan. This country has a serious lack of benches.

I can see a million, maybe a million people and a half at least!

Ten points to you for comment of the day!

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Not many benches either.

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Not many shops.

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This picture was taken at 5:54AM on Sunday morning.

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Ginza is no more the in-place, now, it is Nihonbashi, Marunochi then the part of Ginza between Waco to Matsuya. Which rich person wants to go to Ginza to uniqlo to shop ???. Rich people fly 3 hrs to H.k or Shanghai do their cheap shopping and have a happy time in their 5 stars hotels then return to Japan. It is time Japanese learn abt being wealthy. They should know that their montainai habbits are making their country poor and their middle class even more poor. Wake up pls, everybody.

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I don't care how warm it is underground going from place to place, I stay above ground in Japan when navigating from place to place. If I wanted to do a maze, I'd go to an amusement park.

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