Posted by: Kazu
I just came to my workplace undergoing the rush hour bellow.
Packed like sardines?
But these sardines are also called company solders or buisiness solders.
Every day they are transported to battle fields of buissiness like this.
Nobody complains. Nobody cries.
Just perseverance there.
This is part of Japanese life, especially in big cities where train commute is usual procedure.
So if you wanna brag about experiences of ttravel in Japan later in your home country,
try riding a rush-hour-train and feel the exhaustion Japanese people go through every morning
just before they start working.
Probably you might find somthing more about us.
And also you won't mind the crowd in Harajyuku or other hot sightseeing spots any more.
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