Only In Japan: After Corona New Normal...

in #japan2 months ago

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Japanese people are obsessed with rules and regularions and they like to follow them. People will force your to follow them...

But there are too many rules. Dos and Don'ts that are "killing" people.

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Personally I don't like those rules... not everything is bad but there are just too much and many of them make me feel uncomfortable.

Recently, this "new normal for train travel" came out. And I have seen people reacting to it... good and bad.
Some people hate the word "new normal". Some people hate the whole thing because they don't want cartoon characters to tell you what to do and what not do to...
I don't care either way.
If you don't like it, just do you...

What really annoys me is that... they need to fix this situation, before talking about manners and etiquette on the train 🙄🙄🙄
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Another thing is this...
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If you can't memorize all these rules, you should write them down on a peice of bread and eat it.
So you can remember everything... souds like a great idea!
But what is going to happen after 💩💩💩


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This is too funny lol 🤣🤣🤣🤣🤣 I don't like the word new normal too, sounds too cliche and annoying for no reason to me 😅

I mean so many "normal" things don't make sense to me sometimes... a lot of times actually. Japanese like to make so many rules

I knew there is Japanese who actually don't like the many rules for "harmony" sake. There is the basic one that is good to follow but sometimes some are too much and make people annoyed. But I believe there are good intentions and reasons for every rule they made.

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