Japanese People Ride The Escalator In A Strange Way. When You See Why, You’ll Want To Do It Too
While here in America we’re arming teachers with guns, things in Japan look a little bit different. As soon as you land, you may notice people there act differently, they leave room on an escalator for those who are in a hurry, they can leave their laptops or phones in coffee shops without fearing they might get stolen and their streets are spotless.
Littering fines are no bigger than anywhere else in the world and there’s no signs telling them how to behave. So what’s the deal? What does it take to transform any society to be as considerate of others as the Japanese? The answer has nothing to do with weapons and harsh laws.