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Wednesday, November 8, 2023

This happens in Japan too! People were crammed in like Delhi Metro, employees were sweating.

You must have seen the huge crowd in Delhi Metro during rush hour, but do you know that a similar scene is seen in Japan also during rush hour. Here too, passengers are crammed inside the metro. If you don't believe then watch the video.

Japan is considered to be one of the most advanced countries in the world, where its technology astonishes people. There are many such things which people generally do not even think about, but in Japan people are seen using such things. Sometimes, after seeing some surprising technology, people even say that Japan is still living in 2050. It is believed that the buses and trains here do not have huge crowds like in India, but a video is going viral on social media, which has forced people to think. Seeing the huge crowd in the metro here, people have been reminded of Delhi Metro.

In the video you can see that the rest of the doors of the metro are closed, but one door is not closing because more people than necessary are trying to enter inside the metro. In such a situation, the metro employees try to push the people forward, so that somehow the doors of the metro can be closed, but there were already so many passengers that there was no space left for anyone else to enter. In the video you can see how metro employees are pushing people inside from the door. During this time, he is also explaining to the passengers that they should catch the next metro, because it has become more crowded. After a lot of effort, the metro employees were able to close the door.

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This viral video on social media has shocked people. Even in Japan, where technology is praised all over the world, there is such a crowd in the metro that it becomes difficult for people to board the train. This video has been shared on Instagram with an ID named traveljapan365, which has been viewed more than 7 lakh times so far, while more than 4 thousand people have also liked the video.

At the same time, people have given different types of reactions after watching the video. One user wrote, 'Can you believe how bad rush hour can be in Japan?', while another user wrote, 'All the time was wasted trying to stop the train, they can't wait for the next train.' Could wait for'.

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