Nov 1, 2011

Interesting Japanese custom Vol.22 "The Japanese Way of Waiting in Line"

Hi, this is Takeuchi from the Shimbashi business garden

In Japan, you wait in line everywhere.
For example, buying something at the department store, getting on a train, using a toilet or ATM, etc.

Japanese people are accustomed to lining up in a calm manner as part of our social life since childhood.
If you see that a line is long, it also means it's popular.
Maybe, the food served at that restaurant is very delicious or the amusement facilities are fun.

Of course, It's very hard for us to wait for a long time.
However, just thinking that it would be fun, then it is worth the wait.


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