Monday, December 30, 2013

A Most Respectful Bow in Japan (Photos)

The Deepest Bow Seen in 2013

 

 

 

Bowing, in Japan, is more common than the Westerner's handshake.

When you see it done and, do it everyday, it just becomes something like a reflex action.

The Missus, in my house, even bows when she's talking to someone important, on the phone.

What I want to show you is three frames of photos, shot in less than one second.

This is to demonstrate, the most impressive bow, seen in Okinawa this year.


Hamburger shop owner receiving award



Notice the man in the red shirt. He is receiving an award.


comencing to bow



The bow, starts with a simple lowering of his head.


taking a deep bow



And, continues until he has bowed to a 45 degree angle.

He is the owner and Master of Toto La Bebe, being given an award.

It is for the Best Hambugrer on the island of Okinawa, Japan.

And, he made that, the Bow of the Year, if you ask me.


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