Monday, December 27, 2004



Gokurousama means "Thank you for your troubles" in Japanese and it is also the name of this blog. Gokurousama celebrates and recognizes the hard work of others.

That explains why I truly respect and enjoy the services rendered by the Japanese and the pride for their hard work.
Gokurousama makes any chores or work truly worth doing.

via Joi Ito's web

The Gokurousama blog and the pictures on it are a very good way to understand the Japanese way of gokurousama. It's also the spirit behind good service and a very nice way to show appreciation of good service. A simple gokurosama will go a long way and is much more respectful than flipping someone a hundred yen coin.

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