Description: CU old japanese pen and ink painting of emporer; VAR. downtown jap. city of Nygoya, building w/Nisan sign, traffic in FG; VAR. congested downtown traffic, w/buses,pan to busy intersection; VAR. two japanese women ride bikes across street, traffic in BG; VAR. hi-rise apt. building, Suzuki Corp. building traffic in FG; VAR.double level monorail structure, japanese sign to station; VAR. Honda dealerships, elevated monorail tracks, w/traffic below; TILT up of modern eiffel tower type structure; VAR. HS downtown Nygoya traffic, modern hi-rise buildings in BG; VAR. corp. buildings w/large neon company signs; VAR. HS man on freeway overpass talks in mic, city traffic, hi-rises in BG; VAR. water fountain in park, water sign spells out 'LA:11:14; Dolly shot of inlaid hollywood stars of various actors and music artists, same as on Hollywood Blvd.; MS inlaid city of Los Angeles crest, z-out crest at base of boulder; WS two lovers on park bench pan to large water fountain, hi-rises in BG ; HS ambulance w/lights flashing winds thru dontown traffic; FS int. of pachinko arcade, people sit at machines; CU pachinko game, numbers flashing, balls dropping; CU row of flashing yellow pachinko lights, machine face, hands on knobs, jap.men faces; CU pachinko tray full of silver balls, OTS of people playing, row of flashing lights ;VAR. people play pachinko in crowded arcade, z-in to number rolls formatch ; MS light bar w/flashing green and red lights over winning machine; MS man sits at winning machine, lights flashing, balls pour out; FS aisle of players at pachinko machines, players pour tray of winnings into ball counting machine; FS pachinko store counter, players trade tickets in for valuable items; VAR. pachinko store items, novelties, watches, games, calculators, radios; CU pachinko machine face, w.roll number bars, flashing lights ;
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