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For men its black suit, white shirt and a black tie.

Simple is good.

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Sanjeev Sinha

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Japan has a big restaurant industry with all kind of cuisines of the world, besides many good 24 hour options of packaged food from convenience stores, bento shops and super markets. More over as Jap…

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A trip under bridges on Sumida River

Sumida river, on eastern part of main Tokyo, is full of beautiful bridges. One can take a boat ride from traditional town of Asakusa to beautiful Hamarikyu gardens which goes under a series of beauti…

Online is a good option but if you wish to have the touch and feel experience and browse physically.. images

Online is a good option but if you wish to have the touch and feel experience and browse physically..

Kinokuniya in Shinjuku has been popular for such but other large book stores, like Maruzen in Marunouchi, also have sections on English books of varying sizes.

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