Talk:Department stores in Japan

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Re: My edit[edit]

Keigo Japanese is used as a matter of course in ALL Japanese business and work environments. NOT using keigo would be noteworthy; using is it not. re: Elevator girls: Describing their duties is superfluous. We all know what elevator porters are employed to do. And besides, I've been in a lot of departo elevators, and I've never once had my buttons pressed. So to speak.

Barryvalder 04:48, 20 January 2006 (UTC)