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"The Land of the Salaryman" (Tokyo, 2012).
(...) Japanese use the word salaryman to refer to those man that work in an office for a big corporation, presumably long hours.
No matter when or where you go, you will always find some salaryman suppossedly heading to or coming back from work. Since they all respect a dresscode it is very easy to recognise them and, if you are a gaijin living in Tokyo, you will be so used to see them that you will most probably end up unconsciously integrating them in your personal picture of the city. Just as if they were a part of the city itself, like trees or urban furniture, almost inmutable. (...)