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Add a lack of a common tongue into the mix, and foreigner’s chance of wooing a girl’s affection can get a bit complicated.
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A newlywed couple Ben and Jane move to Japan for a promising job opportunity - a fashion shoot in Tokyo.
During their trip on a dark forest road they experience a tragic car accident, leading to the death of a young local girl.
At one point, Jane says she must call New York, but Ben says it's 3am there, yesterday. If it was 3am in New York, in Tokyo it would be 4pm in the afternoon on the same day (give or take an hour for differences in daylight savings). I keep complaining about these Asian remakes yet i keep watching them .
It’s not just conversation that makes this a turn off either. Very few couples are interracial, and of those that progress to marriage, the overwhelming majority are actually between a Japanese man and a foreign women (source).
Hand in hand with the public stigma are the judgment of what may be a Japanese girl’s most influential figures: her Mom and Dad.
This isn’t to suggest that parental disapproval is the norm (although there are some horror stories), nor is it to say racism is rampant, but sometimes there are some old fashioned attitudes in regards to relationships.
I have created this map with a list of all of the camera stores on it.
Check it out and you will be able to see the locations of all the stores I have mentioned in these articles. I am going to walk you through the way that I usually walk through the stores, as I like to be efficient when I am camera hunting and like to take the fastest route. c=3 The title picture and the place that I always start.
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2 – Ginza In part 2 of this series we are going to talk about an area that is very close to my heart, as it is where I first got the chance to be Japan Camera Hunter. Ginza is one of Tokyo’s most upscale areas, and it is famed for having some of the most expensive real estate on earth.