Havn't seen any of these in while
>Still using silverlight
I'm really tired. I'll pay train-kun a visit some other time.
Are you new here?
One of the trains that usually stop on the platform you can't see from the web-cam
Shame that more stations don't have good webcams...love this
Man, fuck the Aizu. Always backstabbing me.
Look at those people - strutting along the platform edge unaware they are being observed on the otherside of the world by people with nothing better to do.
>Implying you are not being watched by Big Brother right this moment.
Tomorrow is seishun no hi (coming of age ceremony) so many university students should be going home today.
Not sure what you guys are doing in this thread but you seem to like trains. I will post some shots I made in Tokyo.
Took the one on the left to Koriyama, where I transfered on to Train-kun
Is it true you can't make/take phone calls on trains? Or is it just a ringtone ban (ie it's cool if your phone is on silent)?
It's a rule yeah, but some people ignore it.
Same with eating/drinking.
It's considered rude to talk on the phone so most people refrain from doing it
whoa, that's harsh. What if your boss calls you? Or your wife and it's an emergency... Do you just turn them down just because you're on the fucking train?
Two trains on the platform now, poor Train-kun is covered in snow.
I've called friends when they are running late, when they do pick up they usually only whisper that they're on the train and on their way. So it's not strictly forbidden, if you have a good reason I think you'll be forgiven
Yeah, you might get some ugly looks, but nothing bad will happen.
i see, still kind of harsh though imo. On shitty regional trains here you can call and stuff, while on the more expensive business type intercity fast trains you're requested to turn your ringtone volume down. Of course you're still allowed to talk on the phone, but it's just a matter of having enough manners to speak calmly, on both types of train.
Anyhow, speaking of bosses, do you happen to know how common it is to be contacted for work-related stuff outside work hours? And if it happens, is it by call, text or email? I understand japanese people use emails a lot, pretty much replacing texts