Many words have been said about the Japanese salaryman and his complete commitment to the company — an undying diligence that often results in ludicrously long hours and all the problems that can then produce.
But thankfully, that’s not always the case. Far from it in fact. And some fellas, whilst they may work hard, and in all kinds of weather, get a lot of joy from their job.
As, it’s quite clear, do their customers.
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Hi. Chinese and Japanese workers, and especially the Japanese ones have high work ethics. This is one of the reasons why Japan and China are great superpowers. Thanks.
Always wanted to try that. Riding that is, not pulling one!! 🙂
That smile really lights up his face! ^_^ Great catch.
Thanks Lizzy! People on rickshaws almost always look happy, but the big smiles from both puller and passengers was especially nice to see and capture.
i thought that is farmer hat, like it vietnam or indonesia.
It’s also a type of hat worn by Buddhist monks in Japan I believe. But also popular by many Japanese people to keep the sun off.
I love the atmosphere of the daily life of people every day