[Hidden Wonders of Japan] This is How They Line Up at Shinagawa Station 2018-07-31 Tue 2018-08-03 Fri The neighborhood of Shinagawa, with its high-rise buildings, is a vibrant heart of business in Tokyo. Large groups of salarymen in black suits seemingly rushing here and there are a center of interest you find while walking down the streets. As you follow the march of people going back to the station, though, you will be greeted by colorful floors at the train platform. This isn’t just aesthetics. There are four different colored lines: blue is an express to Haneda International Airport; red and green are towards Yokohama, and white is the local train. This clever design was introduced last April—and it’s an ingenious way of making sure that tourists heading to the airport with bulky luggage can form one line without slowing down the flow of commuters rushing in and out of Shinagawa. Written by Japan ForwardThe continuation of this article can be read on the "Japan Forward" site.[Hidden Wonders of Japan] This is How They Line Up at Shinagawa Station By - grape Japan editorial staff. Tags: JAPAN Forward / Shinagawa / Society / Station / Tokyo / Tourism / Train / Transport grape Japan Sightseeing [Hidden Wonders of Japan] This is How They Line Up at Shinagawa Station Related Article Talented Japanese Night Photographer Stumbles Across Heart Cherry Blossom Formation in Tokyo Fuji Rock 2018 and YouTube – Japan’s Music Magic goes Global [Video] Okinawan city begins ocean cleaning program to jumpstart tourism and heal the reefs Tokyo Residents’ Claim Child Counselling Centre Will Affect Their Upmarket Town’s ‘Brand Image’ is Met with Backlash Japanese “Cat Transporter”: It’s Creating A Stir All Over The World! We Visited The Cowboy Bebop Cafe in Akihabara And It Was Amazing!