Making a line and wait for Shinkansen.
Many people might have seen the people seeing off. The most famous people might be people who clean Shinkansen by making a line 3 minutes before it comes to the platform.
These people are employees of the cleaning company “Tessei”, and they should manage cleaning cars, toilet and removing trashes in 7 minutes.
It is said the French President of National Railways Corporation said “Please export this service to my country” by watching their warm and rapid work.
Foreigners react to these supporters behavior?
Comments are from the other related video, too.
Amazing. Uniform is very cute.
Their behavior making a line and waiting for a train is nice, too.
I have never thought about how they clean cars. Thank you for posting this video! +36
I felt it’s very beautiful scene by watching this. :) +4
This is very practical, clean and civilized society. +90
Yeah. Japan is very breathtaking country.
I thought the exactly same thing!!!!
The style they make a line is too cute…
Japan has many same kind of things. -_-
The bag they put trashes is not dirty at all.
I guess filming like this is kind of impolite…
They are doing their jobs.
You would understand if you visit or live in Japan. I don’t understand why there are some people who deny or don’t understand Japan. Why do they take this great country negatively? +4
I felt so bad because of rude attitude of crews. Good luck Japan and Japanese people!
I like this scene. It’s amazing.
My Japanese language teacher who has Japanese wife told me about this. According to what he said, it has the same thing in subway, too. I might misunderstand?
Japanese OMOTENASHI spirit.
It’s from their gratitude. This is Japanese heart.
I thought they would start cleaning of entire train…. -_-
I took Shinkansen from Kyoto to Tokyo. Three girls wearing pink uniforms said “Sayonara” by waving their hands. That’s wonderful experience!!
It’s worth going to Japan just for taking Shinkansen. Shinkansen is the crystal of modern technology and art!
Japanese is the world’s most polite and clean and also practical! +30
Amazing O.O Japan has this politeness and is orderly…
Well, we could see this scene only in Japan.
Every crew treats us like a king. Any other countries like this exists? +3
I understand you! Our neighbors are very rude.
I never leave my home if I don’t need to !!
It has proper maintenance. Compared to Japan, trains in Sweden are horrible…
There are many trashes in the train. It arrives late in winter, and suddenly it becomes out of order… Japan Banzai!! +14
Emphasizing the respect to others is a good part of Japan. People in Europe should learn from them. +51
It’s true. I taught the correct direction to Japanese tourists at the small station in Netherlands. They were very happy about my help and vowed many times. They even vowed until I arrived to the stairs. That’s very beautiful scene which makes me think I wanna be like them. +5
There was that culture in Western countries, too. But as long as I know, there are so many rude people. And they wonder why the others don’t show respect to them. They are helpless because they don’t understand that reason… +4
I felt it’s a little too much, but still nice. :)
You might think there is Emperor in the train?
No. There are only general customers like us. How moderate people… +5
I wanna send the biggest respect. It’s the scene very sophisticated culturally. I got even shocked by watching this video. I hope our country’s government would have these people… +3
I wave my hands to train conductor when the train comes into platform. Then he waves me back usually!
We all had respect each other before… We could see that only in Japan now…
I’ve ever read…. Japan is the only one country which develops with keeping its tradition.
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