One passenger pusher isn’t enough for Tokyo area train that needs three-man team

Even for Japan, this is a crazy rush hour scene. There’s no better example of how incredibly crowded rush-hour trains in Tokyo are than the existence of oshiya (literally “pushers”), rail operator employees whose job it is push passengers into the train carriages to compact empty interior space in hopes of letting as many people…

via One passenger pusher isn’t enough for Tokyo area train that needs three-man team【Video】 — SoraNews24

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