Japanese train times are so accurate that you can (usually) set your watch by them. They are usually neat n tidy and there are stations everywhere - Tokyo train map in English for you.
But there are a few problems including suicide (person being mopped off tracks here), men touching women, innocent men being accused of touching women, smelly men on trains, serious overcrowding, being dragged to death by trains etc. But whats worse than all of this?
This is a sign at Azabujuban station that says "do it at home." No they are not referring to the act of dolphin waxing but are actually talking about putting on makeup while on the train.
Many Japanese get very annoyed at this and was wondering what you think. I don't see why people should get so annoyed - its not as if these makeup girls are talking out aloud on their phone or touching people - if one does not like it then don't look at them - is what I think.
But there is one thing that you cant avoid - the toxic gas of somebodies fart. You can try to ignore it but it will seep into your nostrils deep into your lungs. It will wrap around you and embrace your soul. Me thinks they should have a "Fart at home" sign instead.
Out of the following, what annoys you the most? Loud mobile talkers, smelly farters or makeup girls? or is there something else?
For folks who have been to Japan, how does Japanese train manners compare to folks back in your region?
Todays Japanese lesson. "Onara" [おなら] = fart. The act of farting in your hand (where you would then release in somebodies face) is called "Nigippe" [握屁].