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Prime Minister Shinzo Abe shakes hands with Rep Mike Rogers, R-Mich, a senior member of the the U.S. House Committee on Armed Services and chairman of the Strategic Forces Subcommittee, at Abe's official residence in Tokyo on Tuesday.

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"Shake" - quite a clever insightful caption.

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The Neo-nationalist hawk Abe shakes hands with another merchant of arms. Why do I feel even less secure now?

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To muchl shaking can become addictive for Abe....

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Mich-chan kawaii!

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Where are all the rest of the Japanese attendees? Perhaps out trying to find butter!

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Ever more pressure on Japan to become a military country that can fight in the US-caused wars. I feel sorry for young kids who will grow up to die in a war in some far away land.

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@JT Actually that seems to be Mike D Rogers, congressman from Alabama, not the more famous Mike J Rogers from Michigan.


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Wide tables are meant for tall people. Personally, I would also have a tough time shaking hands across that expanse. Possibly even having to climb up and over it.

I hope the rest of the delegation was out on a big butter import run also.

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Mr Abe needs longer arms or a shorter table

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It's nice to see people sharing their trust and microbes through a handshake.

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