«River of people»: the Japanese took video of the Tokyo metro in rush hour

Tokyo metro gif«River of people»: the Japanese took video of the Tokyo metro in rush hour

Twitter user from Japan with the nickname @sigeyosiinoue half-hour videotaped people during rush hour on one of the busiest stations in Tokyo Shinagawa. The resulting recording, he «squeezed» up to the minute video posted on his page in the social network.

Apparently, during the time that he shot, the human flow is not interrupted even for a second. The portal Sora News called it a «river workers», people on Twitter compared it to an anthill and a conveyor belt.

品川駅(港南口)のなんでもない平日朝の様子を撮ったので、ここに置いておきます pic.twitter.com/pk7AFAzW3J

— ななし (@sigeyosiinoue) July 29, 2017

«It’s like a conveyor belt, which supplies some raw materials to the plant», — quotes the portal of one of the users.

«I once lived in Tokyo, but look at this and realize that now I never could» writes another.

The portal Mashable called the video «horrific» scene, is impossible to put down.

 

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