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I lived in Japan from 1977-1979, stationed with the military in the Tokyo area. It was a sad sight, some businessmen clearly drunk, many of them relieving themselves in public too.
It seemed their lives were incredibly difficult with long work hours and a rigidity that seemed oppressive to this outsider. Perhaps they sought freedom in the drink. A sad sight indeed.
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