What Not To Do On Japanese Trains

The Spitfire demon’s evil twin has donned a suit and volunteered to show commuters what not to do on Japanese trains.

Hint #1: Do not bully schoolboys about their pink hair. They can’t help it.

Hint #2: Pinching that salaryman will only get the office lady’s knickers in a twist, so please direct your attentions to the old uncle who’s completely oblivious to what’s going on right next to him because he’s got his nose in an ero-comic disguised as the latest Haruki Murakami.

Hint #3: Refrain from kicking a 2-pointer with the recycle bins. Because there are no public trash cans in all of Japan, they are the last place desperate commuters can make furtive emergency trash stowage.

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Jonelle Patrick writes novels set in Japan, produces the monthly e-magazine Japanagram, and blogs at Only In Japan and The Tokyo Guide I Wish I’d Had

Published by Jonelle Patrick

Writes all the Japan things.

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