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Japanese Train Etiquette – More Like A Rugby Scrum

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Japanese Train Etiquette – Grid Iron On Pubic Transport!

Japanese Train Etiquette is today’s Funny Travel Video. And not hard to understand when you’re home to the busiest train station in the world!

Some of you may have seen this video sent around via email or You Tube, and it’s hilarious!

It’s apparently from a Japanese Train Station and involved the very helpful Station Masters stuffing a load of poor passengers into every single train carriage, and it takes them a couple of minutes to do so.

This scene looks more at home in a tough Rugby Scrum, not on a train platform.

There is a term called ‘Cattle Class’ which refers to the Economy section of a plane.

I think this train only has ‘Sardine Class’.

I’m hoping that no-one was waiting at the next Japanese Train Station!

One would think that one’s innards would feel like they’re being forced out of one’s mouth!

Japanese Train Etiquette Funny Travel Video


I can’t wait to have a go at some Japanese Train Etiquette… NOT!

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I’m assuming this is light years away from Early Japanese Railways 1853-1914: Engineering Triumphs That Transformed Meiji-era Japan. Check out more in Japan by Rail.

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5 thoughts on “Japanese Train Etiquette – More Like A Rugby Scrum”

  1. Avatar Of Steve

    That is really crazy. And I thought the train stations around here got busy. I really wonder if this is something that they regularly do or if this was for rush hour there.
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  2. Avatar Of Thomas

    This clip is great but it looks pretty old, I don’t think they do that any more do they?
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  3. Avatar Of Ryan Cowles

    Ouch! If I find myself in Japan, maybe I’ll just rent a bike, or fork over the extra loot for a taxi! Haha, funny club!
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