I came back to Tokyo from London. I stayed in London for about 4 months. I thought that it has similar atmosphere to Tokyo. But after I’ve arrived at Tokyo and especially moved by train, I found there’re differences between them.

満員電車、スーツ、情報量。

I was surprised how crowd the train is in rush hour, how may business person wears suits even it’s hot and humid, and how much information I can understand for example advertisements and chats of others.

I think it’s one of the culture of Tokyo but I want the train to be less crowded. It can’t allow passengers to talk and can make them stressful.

And I found that I prefer to be casual or natural style people and less information. I remember that people in London who works with denim and who speaks not English. As for me, it was comfortable to be there without too much information like bad eyesight.

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