In Which We Encounter Japanese Engineering At Its Finest Posted byJonelle PatrickMarch 14, 2017July 19, 2022Posted inJust another day in JapanTags:Japanese engineering, Japanese subway Teamwork • Precision • Duct Tape It’s always reassuring to know that the Tokyo subways are state-of-the-art. • Jonelle Patrick writes novels set in Japan Published by Jonelle Patrick Writes all the Japan things. View more posts
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Looks like someone’s science project!
One they didn’t get an “A” on!
Whenever a ship goes into a repair period out here, the entire interior has the same kind of jerry-rigging everywhere. It’s honestly impressive.
It’s kind of reassuring, actually, that even in the middle of an ocean, the inevitable mechanical failures can be fixed (at least temporarily) with good old American ingenuity ^^;;
Haha, I was referring to when we’re in our upkeep/dry dock period. The ship is essentially grounded, and it’s Japanese ingenuity. We have to do everything by the books*, but the contractors just have to get the job done.
*This is a system you really don’t want to know about lol