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Bill Murray had a Japanese phrase book called "Making Out In Japanese" in which he would go around to sushi restaurants and ask the chefs if "they had a curfew" or if the would mind if he "used protection." He even mentioned on the Graham Norton ... ...
Welcome to Tokyo.
Bob: Thank you very much.
Ms. Kawasaki: My name is Kawasaki. Nice to meet you.
Bob: I've heard of you. Thank you.
In the opening scene when Bob Harris is arriving in his taxi, he is looking out the window at the bright lights of Shinjuku where his hotel is located. The one sign he notices however (the red bannered kanji with the blue circular lights) is a very distinctive sign located at Shibuya Crossing.
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Taiwanese School: The Experiment of Sergei Eisenstein's Montage Theory
Che Guevara and Cuba's Social Welfare: Aleida Guevara's Special Lecture at Shizuoka General Hospital
The Rakugo Movie
Kiyoshi Kurosawa's Script: Capitalism and the Tragedy of Noriko
IWJ Third Anniversary: Symposion 4
Obugyosama! Part 2
The Blue Sky
All Japan: Peace and Coexistence
9.14 Conspiracy Theories of Benjamin Fulford and Richard Koshimizu: The 4th. Wonder Campus
The Ode to Joy
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