This image summarizes Japan, but is never found in anime
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Posted 9/7/17 , edited 9/7/17
I've been to Japan Kyoto just recently in May 2017. And I find this image pretty much summarizes what Japan's supermarket is like.

https://farm3.staticflickr.com/2930/14176397978_1aa5376be5_c.jpg

It is a vibrant culture with constantly changing ideas and capitalism. If you've seen the TV commercial there you will know what I am talking about. It is all about the product, the school, the tone, fast paced, and realistic, no mermaids or imaginary settings, that realism itself stands out as a form of sarcasm(no offense if I am wrong).

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=L8rs56a7rK8

While at it it has the conservative side, in which the middle age generation sort of dominates, around age 50

http://s2.dmcdn.net/RQGyx/x240-EVC.jpg


P.S I haven't found a theme for it, it is a likable culture with a conservative and slightly strict social structure. But it is like the soda drink. Soda is a pop culture drink with a refreshing sensation when you first experience like the image of the supermarket. Cold due to the temperature in Tokyo and the human to human interaction. And slightly short for the duration of sensation. It makes you reminisce about this whole experience.

P.S Keep in mind this commercial is from 10 years ago, Japan has gone more in depth since, they also observe a person thoroughly, like reading a book and facial expression.

P.S An idea that matches yours is a boundary, only one that does not match yours would you experience something new.
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P.S. Nobody here has the faintest idea of what the hell you're talking about.
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I agree with Ejanss. Your threads today are even harder to understand or get the gist of than usual. Therefore I'm closing them since they seem unlikely to lead to discussion.
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