Roger Walker comments

Posted in: Should saying thanks at a Japanese convenience store go without saying? See in context

Hmm, the Japanese think it is ridiculous to say a quick thank you to the convenience store but literally announce thank you as they leave a fast food place like Matsuya for example, or at curry shop, or at a fast food counter-style ton katsu shop.

Additionally, they will often that thank you to the bus driver when they step off the bus especially on buses that serve a limited audience. And it is like every one of them will thank them for doing his job. And, I have also heard them say it on public buses.

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