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Posted By: Mike Cash, 09-03-2007, 03:22 AM

At night this thing magically unfolds into a restaurant. If you've never seen one of these, you'll just have to trust me on this.



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09-03-2007, 03:25 AM   #2
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You need to take the follow up photo of it at night then!
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Man, I hope not! That's in Tokyo and I live 120km away. I spend enough of my day down there as it is!
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It is unfair; you leave too much to our imagination

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The wash-room facilities are top knotch. especially the ones the cooks & help uses...
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I don't trust you !

I need to see that restaurant in action .

The closet thing to it here is some "taco truck " !
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YEAH!!! Come on! You can't just leave us hanging like that!!
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Nice B&W Mike, and I love the title.

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Thanks, everyone.

You know, it has been said that life is like reading a book and not getting to see how it ends (since when we kick the bucket the world keeps right on going).

Taken on a smaller scale, daily life is like reading articles in magazines found at your dentist's waiting room.
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Yatai stands. That actually costs at least 1000 US dollars brand new not including stoves and things alike. The license would also cost heaps as well.

My dad used to be doing this for a living at one stage. He carried me on his back and cooked noodles for stingy and picky customers; the worst of them are students having no money but demand the most.

Your shots really paints the mood of that period well. I would personally add more grains to the shot and add a tint of sepia.

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QuoteOriginally posted by Mike Cash Quote
Thanks, everyone.

You know, it has been said that life is like reading a book and not getting to see how it ends (since when we kick the bucket the world keeps right on going).

Taken on a smaller scale, daily life is like reading articles in magazines found at your dentist's waiting room.
What a poetic way to say "no "

I saw my first one in Hong Kong , years ago.. Lots of great memories ..
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I would love to oblige folks by providing a shot of the stand in operation. Heck, I'd love to do a series of the thing being set up. And if I lived anywhere reasonably near the place, I'd go do it some evening. I just caught this one while waiting for a long red light near Tokyo Dome.
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