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In Japan I've often been in very crowded places but always seem to have plenty of space to manouvre. Travelling on the subway between Shin-Yokohama and Yokohama Stations is the only time I've ever seen people pushing and bumping their way through the throng. Maybe Yokohama people are just ruder than your average Japanese???
Written Jan 18, 2007
We (tourist) stroll around Yokohama Station around 12:00 midnight, imagine this is in the weekdays and we suprised a lot of women but mostly men in their bussiness suit and attached/porfolio case drinking in the restaurant/bars and some of them drunk walking and throwing out but........ hey.............they very harmless and they don't create any trouble.
Then the following morning they have to go to work and they only sleep 3 hours. So when salarymen sleeping on the train, early morning you bet they have a good time last night.
Everywhere you go anywhere in the world just be cautious.
But Japan is a very safe country to visit.
Updated Oct 25, 2002
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