Japan is a seniority-based, lifetime employment society.
A worker, who joined the company a year earlier than me, is usually a year older than me.
But the worker was a very funny guy.
He often made mistakes in his job, but no one blamed him.
Far from it.
He often pushed himself at the karaoke singing, at the drinking party, though he was terribly tone-deaf.
Nevertheless, he was a leader when it came to entertainment and sports.
This kind of bizarre attitude is often seen in the Japanese business society.
But at first I could never understand the situation.
And 20 years later, I finally knew everything about his character.
I'd like to post my answer in the next posting.
This phenomenon is a very important factor in the Japanese conspiracy.
So, I'd like to hear your opinions beforehand.