Tokyo subway etiquette posters:

July 23, 2009 at 9:22 pm | Posted in interesting (to moose) | Leave a comment

From the Tokyo Reporter:

public spaces in Japan are filled with numerous audible and visual reminders about the importance of maintaining personal decorum. Over the past year, some of the catchiest have been the “manner posters,” by graphic artist Bunpei Yorifuji, that appear in the stations and carriages that serve the nine lines of the Tokyo Metro subway system.


These are not the first “manner posters” that I’ve seen. I’ve seen some right here in Vancouver. But for some reason, these “Punchy Posters” seem to have a little more … um … punch to them. Clickity Click here to see more amusing manner posters from Japan.

And here are a couple of pictures from Translink’s Etiquette on Transit campaign:

They’re not so bad either.

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