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Ryu OniJan. 22, 2012 - 11:59AM JST
I definitely have to agree with Jamplass, those 3 points are definitely in the top reasons I love living in Japan, especially the respect that the Japanese have for one another (mind you, I live in the countryside. Might not be the case in the cities). I also love how Japanese shops are diverse and cater to a great number of people's possible needs, it really helps when you want to create a personal look (at home, or in the wardrobe).
Also, I LOVE the vast amounts of vending machines that are all around Japan. Often have I been saved from tiredness by the oasis of a Georgia Coffee vending machine.
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