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This is a restaurant district in the back hand of JR Shimbashi Station. On both sides of the thin alley, small stores such as a tavern, a pub, a sushi shop, and a ramen restaurant stand in a row. If night comes, neon signs will be burned all at once, and people will go back and forth and be revitalized. Many salaried workers are working mainly by the big/minor companies this whole place. A company finishes and before being attached to way home, they drop in at such a store, drink the alcohol with the coworker of a company, and it has a pleasant chat. This is one lifestyle seen by the Japanese salaried worker from ancient times. It is the feature that stores in this district are charge at a low price and also put in a stretch freely. In such meaning, it is contrastive with the high class stores in the Ginza. It is interesting that such a public store is still prosperous under present depression. A salaried worker is attached to way home so that slight intoxication may be carried out moderately and the last train of the day may be caught. This photograph is a photograph taken past 8:00 p.m.

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