* via Weekly Photo Challenge: Dense *

Musashi-Urawa Station
~ Musahi-Urawa Station, March 2017 ~

This shot may have failed to show you the exact sight my eyes caught on that very day these commuters went rushing off the train. I missed the perfect moment. It happened really quick! The scene is common in the rush hour especially at the busiest large stations in Japan. Actually, it’s way too much dense at those stations. Which gives me enough reason why I try to avoid going to those places during rush hour. This situation is difficult for me to handle. Don’t get me wrong, but I get a little scared imagining myself in the middle of the dense crowd. I was certainly taken aback by this moment because this station is not even one of the most bustling ones. Thankfully, I was on the opposite platform waiting for my train. (o˘◡˘o) How do you feel when you’re caught in rush hour traffic?


15 Comments on “Dense

  1. Strangely (or not), rush hours in Japanese transportation never scared me. There’s always a feeling of 安心出来る in Japan, however huge an event is. I can’t say the same about any other country, though. 🙂


    • Safety wise, I agree but not always. 😀 It’s probably because of my anxiety about getting hurt in the middle of the dense crowd. I’ll feel the same wherever there is this kind of situation.

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  3. Every rush hour makes me so tired.
    A train door looks like a hell gate when it’s rush hour in Tokyo Japan.

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