The first night we arrived in Matsuyama, Shikoku, Japan, we dinned at an old and small restaurant.
We met a wearing a cap approached the elderly woman, he took off his cap, picked up his take-away with both hands from the elderly woman. He gave her money with both hands, too. He shook her hands tightly. That's all about caring and respect which I could feel. Caring of others is cornerstone of a society. Without love, people would fight one another; the society, even a country would collapse at last.
This kind of warmth I had never seen anywhere else. It may only happen in country side areas.
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