Since there are railways in Japan, try the railway companies on the Education of their passengers. It is all done once more, times less provocative, and according to most Tokyo visitors quite successful, because despite the crowds, the people are relatively disciplined. Of course there are still things, go to the people on the pointer – which is not surprising given the fullest. Furthermore, there are even proper Rankings, zum Beispiel diese hier¹:
- When A- and block the doors disembarking
- Over monopolize a seat
- not freely make seniors seat, if a needy person comes
- using Headphones, from which permeates music outwards
- sneeze or cough without mask
- Their faces painted in the train
- Heavy use perfume
- Although it bothers other, play around on mobile
- enter With pocket on the back
- Although it bothers other, read newspapers or magazines
An interesting sequence, in my personal number 1 is missing – mostly elderly men, rarely sometimes women, suddenly austicken and a passenger viciously abusing – which there are here a nice video, and I experience on average once a month, somewhere in the same wagon.
Currently hosted Tokyu CITIZEN Tokyū Railways a campaign against alleged and real immorality on the train and at stations – on YouTube and in the railway carriages themselves. A sequence now caused an outcry among the female passengers. The speaker starts the instruction by saying,, that “the women in the big city (Urban tokai) all were very nice, are but sometimes not so nice to look at”. Nevertheless, the ladies should not make up the train, because no one wants to see. The whole thing is quite aggressive over. From the unnecessary emphasis on the word “City” apart, wonder many women – justifiably, I think – what is actually, and if it's really that bad, if someone lipstick on the train. So it does not bother. On the contrary: I admire the women sometimes, because there shaking from in Japanese trains, and it always amazes me, that the ladies when getting around the mouth does not look like Robert Smith of The Cure.
You can overdo it with the teachings also. Understandable is there but the next video – where it comes to passengers, playing around while wandering around on their mobile phone: “As in a TV series we are aneinandergerempelt. However, this was not destiny, but a smartphone on legs”. This is indeed a real agony:
Yet – nowhere in the world I've seen more disciplined passengers, especially when you consider, how full the trains are here every day and how much stress can cause in humans.
¹ See here