Salaryman

Salaryman: a word, borrowed from two English words stitched together. Came to life in Japan after the II World War and described a well-groomed representative of the newly formed middle class. With the years gone by and the Japanese economy was at it best, "salaryman" started to be identified with an underslept, overworked man in a suit. His multiplied image, floods the business districts of Japanese cities, mainly Tokyo.