Are these types of manner posters unique to Japan?

16 Oct

I’ve written posts about these manner posters before…

Here: https://tokyo5.wordpress.com/2008/11/25/manners/

Here : https://tokyo5.wordpress.com/2009/01/20/more-manner-posters/

and even A/C ones are kinda similar: https://tokyo5.wordpress.com/2011/03/23/for-sendai/

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Tokyo Metro Manner Posters 1
Sometimes the hustle and bustle of big city life in Tokyo makes you forget your manners. Women who don’t have enough time in the morning apply makeup on bumpy train rides, people doze off on the shoulder of their neighboring passenger, and the occasional man will clip his finger nails. With most people commuting by train and working very long hours, sometimes there’s no time to do things at home. And sometimes, you’re just so tired and stressed that you don’t care that you are behaving badly.

As a result, back in 2008, the Tokyo Metro system launched a three-year-long campaign aimed at reminding subway passengers to mind their manners while riding the trains. It featured the slogan “Please do it at home” or “Please do it again” alongside an illustration of the featured manner or rule. All posters are written in Japanese and English, some featuring hilariously outrageous and…

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