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Ohayo gozaimasu!

Japanese native speakers don't say ohayo all through the morning. Majority of them stop saying it after 10am or 11am. Konnichiwa doesn't exactly mean good afternoon. That could be 'good day'. So people start using konnichiwa at 10 or 11am.

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