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Old 01-01-2015, 08:48 PM
Join Date: Nov 2007
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Originally Posted by jovan View Post
In Kansai, though, it is considered polite and normal to say arigatou, or ookini.
Polite maybe, but Kansai is a very large region to attribute the usage of "Ookini" for "Thanks". Geishas in Gion for sure and pockets of shitamachi areas in Osaka perhaps, but even then it's used by the older generation and usually between customers and shops that are familiar with each other.
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