Unusual attitude to drunken revelers in Japan
In the Western world to be drunk often, it means to be an unwelcome guest: drunk people are not allowed in elite night clubs around them in the street tenth road, they can stop at the entrance to shopping malls or cinemas, and drunk people who fall asleep on the street, and does mentally often considered alcoholics, with whom you should not mess with. Quite a different attitude to the phenomenon in Japan.
If you go early in the morning on a Saturday or Sunday out of the house and walk through the centre of Tokyo, passers-by will have to gently work around sleeping right on the asphalt night revelers. Returning from Nightclubs and bars, they just are unable to get home and settled down to sleep right where they were caught sleep on the roadside, in beds of flowers, on a bench in the subway, in the subway, in shopping halls, on the steps of shops or restaurants.
But in fact remain on the road to sleep not only young people after a noisy night at the club. Sometimes, you can see a very respectable looking businessmen, planted his head upon a suitcase with the documents and settled somewhere in the alley or disconnected directly behind the bar.
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