Photo: "Mujin" Store

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In Japan, thanks to monoculturalism, high social trust, and Confucian morality, it is possible to have "mujin" (no person) stores like this one that have no shop staff and rely entirely on customers using the honour system to pay the correct price. The money is deposited in the dark blue box on the left side of the kiosk. This one is near Kiyose City in Tokyo.
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