Priority Seat Mark in Japan

Priority Seats in Japan

Like many other countries around the world, most mass transit in Japan has a set of seats that are considered priority seats, or 優先席 (“yuusenseki”). Priority seats first appeared as “Silver Seats” on Respect for the Elderly Day in 1973 on trains running between Tokyo and Osaka and were intended Read more…

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