Many other scenes of the movie were shot in Shibuya , a youthful entertainment district three stations south of Shinjuku on the Yamanote Line.
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They include the pictures of the busy intersection in front of Shibuya Station's Hachiko Exit, which gets periodically stormed by huge crowds of pedestrians and is surrounded by large and noisy advertising screens. Bob, Charlotte and their friends are enjoying karaoke at the Shibuya branch of Karaoke-kan Utagawacho , less than five minutes from Shibuya Station by foot.
Also found around Shibuya is the sushi restaurant Ichikan Daikanyama , where Bob and Charlotte once dine. Fuji and Charlotte traveling to Kyoto. Riding the shinkansen bullet train , Charlotte passes Mt.
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Fuji and the coastal hot spring resort of Atami in the wrong geographical sequence. In Kyoto, she visits Heian Shrine and Nanzenji Temple , where she observes a newly wedded couple in traditional attire. Finally, if you happen to be in the Tokyo region on a Wednesday evening around pm, turn your television to channel 10 TV Asahi to watch "Matthew's BestHitTV", the crazy television show, which features Bob's guest appearance in the movie.
The TV show is as real as Suntory, one of Japan's leading producers of alcoholic and non-alcoholic beverages. Sign In. Plan a Trip. Sanmon Gate of Nanzenji. Heian Shrine. English Park Hyatt Tokyo Official website.
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Suntory English version of the official website. His director Yutaka Tadokoro , a histrionic Japanese hipster, doesn't speak English.
In one scene, Bob goes on the set and tries to understand the director through a demure interpreter Akiko Takeshita , who is either unable or more likely unwilling to translate everything the director is rattling on about. Needless to say, Bob is lost. And without subtitles, so is the audience.
Here, translated into English, is what the fulmination is really about. The translation.
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You are sitting quietly in your study. And then there is a bottle of Suntory whiskey on top of the table. You understand, right? With wholehearted feeling, slowly, look at the camera, tenderly, and as if you are meeting old friends, say the words.
As if you are Bogie in ''Casablanca,'' saying, ''Cheers to you guys,'' Suntory time! BOB: Does he want me to, to turn from the right or turn from the left? And he wants to know, when the camera rolls, would you prefer that he turn to the left, or would you prefer that he turn to the right? And that is the kind of thing he would like to know, if you don't mind. That kind of thing doesn't matter. We don't have time, Bob-san, O.
You need to hurry. Raise the tension. Look at the camera. Slowly, with passion. It's passion that we want. Do you understand? And, uh, with intensity. BOB: Is that everything? It seemed like he said quite a bit more than that.
It's like you are meeting old friends. Softly, tenderly. Let your feelings boil up. Tension is important! Don't forget.