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Pewter roof tiles and wooden sign over store.
the main shopping street, at dusk.
Fancy boutiques along the main street.
Pewtar roof tiles, engraved wooden sign over shop entrance.
The taxi drivers wear white gloves, have lace slip covers on the seats and keep their cabs immaculate.
Pachinko parlor. A form of legalized gambling in Japan. Every town of modest size has one.
Hatakeyama-san buying the group a fast food treat.
Barber poles for barber shops. (One was called the Cut House.)
Finally, a place to eat.
Brian and friends.
Bob redoing the weather stripping after polite complaints that closing the door required too much body english.
Stuart Freedman and Shuichiro Hatakeyama.