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Posted in: American man arrested for urinating on another passenger on flight to Japan See in context

Unfortunately, it's foreigners like this that give many of us a bad name. I just hope Japanese people don't hold it against all of us. I was there last year, and am going again next month. Obey all the laws, respect the culture, and be polite. You'll have a great time.

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Posted in: The 51 busiest train stations in the world– All but 6 located in Japan See in context

Having been to many, though they are busy, the layout is good enough that there's still plenty of room to move about and get to your platform. Shinjuku had me slightly lost for a few minutes, but I did find my way.

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