Train Car Nuisance

“Don’t Rush Onto Trains”

Japan’s Seibu Railway, which operates trains in Tokyo, has created a new poster campaign aimed at educating both regular riders and tourists alike on courteous travel behaviors. Capitalizing on the universal appeal of the traditional ukiyo-e style woodblock prints, the railway has issued the first three posters in the series called denshanai meiwaku zue or “picture of train car nuisance”. I can’t wait to see the rest of the series.

“turn down your volume”

“Let others sit in comfort”

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